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Jubilee aspirants warned against smear campaigns

Starehe MP Maina Kamanda has urged Jubilee aspirants to be united and avoid mud-slinging during campaigns for the various seats.

During a meeting with at least 50 aspirants for the member of the county assembly seats for the various wards in Starehe constituency at the Jubilee offices in Starehe, Mr Kamanda asked the hopefuls to stay committed to the party.

He urged them to avoid tarnishing the names of their opponents from the Jubilee Party ahead of nominations.

The aspirants were from the six wards in Starehe constituency namely Landi Mawe, Nairobi South, Nairobi Central, Pangani, Kariorkor and Ngara wards.

The aspirants were urged to encourage residents in their various wards to register as voters.

Mr Kamanda said the Jubilee Party has promised to give jobs to election losers.

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