NTSA boss announces bid for Nakuru Governorship
18 January 2016, 15:15
Nakuru - The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) chairman, Lee Kinyanjui has announced that he will run for the Nakuru governorship next year.
Speaking Sunday in Nakuru town, Kinyanjui said that he will resign as NTSA chairman in September to officially launch his bid for the governorship.
He said that the people of Nakuru have asked him to do so and he has to respect their voice.
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“You all know that I am a civil servant but by September I will be here to do what you have asked me to do and I will be asking for that job,” said Lee.
He added: “By September, I will be out of NTSA and I will be jobless and you will know what to do.”
Kinyanjui is among the top contenders who are scheming to replace current Governor Kinuthia Mbugua in next year’s polls.
He is seen as a favourite for the Jubilee party but will have to fight it out with NACADA boss John Mututho who is also eying the position.
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