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Remember us when giving plum jobs, Luhya in Nairobi urge Uhuru and Sonko

A group of Luhyas living in Nairobi have urged President Uhuru Kenya and Nairobi Governor-elect Mike Sonko to consider members of the community when making appointments.

Led by former Nairobi Senate aspirant Gabriel Chapia, popularly known as Chapia Chapia, and Kenya National Private Security Workers’ Union official Isaac Andabwa, the group said the community voted overwhelmingly for the two leaders and should be considered for government appointments.

Andabwe said, “Our community is one of the biggest in Nairobi and it should be supported economically.” Chapia, who was compelled to step down for Edwin Sifuna of ODM, said the community supports Jubilee .

“The Mulembe nation voted for Jubilee and we are going to remain there,” Chapia said.

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