I lost MP seat because Jaguar cried – Maina Kamanda

He said on Wednesday

According to eDaily, Mr. Kamanda who is currently a nominated MP while speaking during the National Integration and Healing Convention in Nairobi on Wednesday said that Jaguar’s biggest weapon during the Jubilee party primaries was the tears he shed outside the party headquarters.

Standoff

This was after the then Jubilee party ticket aspirants got into a standoff over who had won the Jubilee Party ticket to vie for the Starehe parliamentary seat.

He added that the Starehe MP cried to win the emotions of the party’s Tribunal Committee members, after he appealed the initial results that showed Kamanda won with 10, 374 votes against Jaguars 8, 391 votes.

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