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ODM, Wiper might skip campaigns in Nyaribari Chache by-election

23 October 2013, 18:58

Kisii - ODM and Wiper parties might be forced to skip campaigns ahead of the Nyaribari Chache by-election.

This is because the two parties, who are both members of the Cord coalition, have nominated separate candidates to vie for the seat that was left vacant following the nullification of Chris Bichage’s win as area MP in a poll petition filed by Wiper’s Richard Tong’i, The Standard reports. 

By nominating separate candidates, Wiper claims that the coalition will be sealing loopholes that cost them the Kibwezi and Matungulu constituency by-elections. Both Kalembe Ndile of TIP and Stephen Mule of Wiper lost to their opponents in the two constituencies respectively.

- For more details visit The Standard


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