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Sakaja confident of winning Nairobi UDA chair seat


Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has expressed confidence in securing the Nairobi UDA chair seat in the upcoming election next week.

The Governor was speaking to the media after meeting the UDA National Election Board. The City Boss reaffirmed his confidence in winning the UDA County Chair seat, adding his delegates secured 240 slots out of 340 in the recent constituency elections.

Governor Sakaja emphasized his commitment to uniting the people of Nairobi under his “Siasa Safi” slogan, he reiterated it is all systems go and is ready to face his competitor.

The two rival camps met at the Party Centre where Gakuya’s team aired its dissatisfaction with the preparations for the upcoming election.

The election for City Chair was initially meant to be held on Friday, 7 June and has been pushed to early next week.

Earlier this week, Embakasi North MP James Gakuya, Sakaja’s main competitor, said he would leave the UDA party if he did not win the election.

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