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Tunai extends olive branch to poll rivals after retaining seat

Narok Governor-elect Samuel Tunai (pictured) has told his election rivals to work with him and contribute ideas that will build the county.

Tunai welcomed outgoing Narok West MP Patrick Ntutu and former ICT PS Joseph Tiampati to chart the way forward for the county instead of political squabbles that will hamper development.

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“Everyone has a space in my government. It does not matter where you come from or whom you supported. We have nothing to ask one another. We were only competing for this seat and now we have it,” Tunai said.

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Tunai garnered 146,660 votes on a Jubilee ticket, while Ntutu of Chama Cha Mashinani got 93,628 votes. Musuni of ODM came third with 40,167 votes.

“My government is wide open for a leader who wants to take Narok forward,” Tunai said.

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