Nyandarua woman representative aspirant wants fresh primaries

Nyandarua Woman Representative Wanjiku Muhia has a word with the county Deputy governor Waithaka Mwangi during a Sunday service at Joy Ministries International in Kinangop Nyandarua County. She vowed to go to court and seek clarification on the Jubilee nominations a day after the party handed the certificate to her rival Faith Wairimu Gitau. Pix By Antony Gitonga

Woman Representative Wanjiku Muhia has said she will go to court to challenge Jubilee Party’s decision to hand her rival the nomination certificate.

She said the decision to hand Faith Wairimu the certificate was meant to end her political career and wants the court’s decision that Jubilee should hold fresh nominations upheld.

“I do not know why the party handed my rival the certificate,” Ms Muhia said.

The Court of Appeal ordered fresh nominations last week but the party decided to conduct interviews during which Ms Wairimu was awarded the certificate.

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