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'I am not defecting to TNA' says Kihara

10 October 2012, 10:36 Steve Wambugu

Former Naivasha Member of Parliament Jayne Kihara who is also eying Nakuru County Senate post has quashed talks that she was planning to decamp from Narc Kenya Party to TNA by the end of this week.

Jayne said she was not quitting the Flower party saying those who were spreading those talks were northing but senseless talks going around the county adding that she belongs to Narc Kenya party and that she was going to contest for Senate post under the Flowers ticket.

While addressing journalist in Nakuru town on Wednesday Morning, Jayne together with the other leaders from Narc Kenya party said that the flower party was going to fill candidates in all the post in the forth coming general elections which are scheduled to take place next year.

“Those who are spreading the word that I will be decamping the flower party to TNA are people with ill aims but they need to know I am going to be contesting in the next coming general elections under Narc Kenya ticket.” Said the out spoken Jayne Kihara.

She added that Flower party was so much alive and that it will be forming the next government come 2013 through their party leader Martha Karua.

The Nakuru County Senate Post has so far attracted former Subukia MP Koigi Wa Wamwere, Madaraka Mwethaga and a business tycoon Ole Nailoshi.


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