Reuben Kigame picks Irene Ngendo as running mate

Presidential aspirant Reuben Kigame has unveiled his running mate ahead of August 2022 General Elections.

Kigame who is running on an independent ticket named Irene Ngendo Kamau as his deputy a day after submitting the name of his running mate to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission on the Monday deadline.

“Delighted to unveil my running mate Irene Ngendo Kamau to Kenyans. She’s a wonderful visionary with a heart for citizens of our great country,” said the Presidential aspirant.

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“Building Kenya means building citizens, women and men and securing the future of our children. That’s what my DP Irene Ngendo Kamau and I stand for,” said Kigame.

In her acceptance speech, Irene Ngendo said that she will serve Kigame and the government he leads, and the wonderful people of Kenya, serve diligently and hold myself accountable to the people.

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In a past interview with KBC, the legendary musician cited fighting corruption as his main agenda and promised to combat the vice if he is elected as President.

“Since independence, we have been trying to fight; ignorance, poverty and disease. The amazing thing is that 58 years down the line we still have those three problems but now we have corruption as the fourth problem,” said the FPK Presidential aspirant.

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“I do not think any of the candidates moving around looking for votes are really open to fight corruption. I am committed to doing so, with a record that is able to tackle graft based on my courage and experiences I have gone through,” he added.

He noted that lack of integrity and accountability among the political class was what ailed the country.

  

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