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CORD making it easy for Jubilee to win 2017 polls - MP

16 April 2016, 12:04 Jackson Okata

Nairobi - A jubilee member of Parliament has said that the CORD coalition has freely handed the Jubilee coalition the 2017 election victory.

Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri said that CORD's behaviour was making it so easy for Jubilee to win next years polls.

Speaking on Friday at Nakuru town,Ngunjiri said that CORD lacked serious leaders who could lead this nation.

He claimed that the opposition coalition was full of jokers who could not be trusted with the country's leadership.

The MP said that the 2017 polls would be a walk in the park for the ruling Jubilee coalition, adding that they would win the election by noon.

"CORD is full of confusion and circus and they are simpling telling jubilee to continue leading the country for the next twenty years because they know that they cannot lead this nation,"said Ngunjiri.

"In CORD there is no one who has the qualities that a president needs and that is why they will miserably lose next years polls,"he said. "Come August 2017 jubilee will win the election by noon and CORD already knows that,"he added.

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