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Kiharu MP dismisses recent opinion polls on forthcoming elections

Member of Parliament for Kiharu Ndindi Nyoro has dismissed recent opinion polls that indicated Azimio Presidential candidate, Raila Odinga was leading.

Ndindi on Monday argued that the opinion polls do not depict the reality exuding confidence that Kenya Kwanza Presidential candidate Dr. William Ruto will win in the August 9 elections.

The legislator observes that some people interfere with the polls to give the wrong impression to citizens and thus they should be ignored.

“In 2013, 2017 general  elections most opinion polls indicated Raila Odinga was to win but when it came to voting, Jubilee won by a landslide,” he observed when he issued driving licenses to youth from his constituency who were trained by the local NG-CDF.

Ndindi asked the Azimio team to be ready to accept defeat saying from their intelligence and scientific research, Kenya Kwanza would get a big win.

“In every corner of this country, our presidential candidate has a huge support and that’s because he has promised to lift the social welfare of those struggling. We are sure he will win and it is my appeal to those in Azimio to accept defeat when the votes are finally counted,” he added.

He said after they win, there would be no handshake or coalition government accusing those in leadership of not doing much to help in lowering cost of living.

“Kenyans are suffering but unfortunately nothing is being done to lower the cost of living. In Kenya Kwanza, our priority is to lower prices of basic commodities and create jobs for thousands of young people,” he further stated.

Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro speaking when he met youth in Murang’a town

The UDA aspirant castigated some of Azimio leaders for accusing Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) of trying to manipulate the outcome of next elections saying their opponents have sensed defeat.

“We, in Kenya Kwanza, are confident with IEBC even if they use which register. Those mounting pressure on IEBC have sensed defeat and we want to assure them once we clinch the power, we will not allow any post-election chaos,” he averred.

Ndindi, who exuded confidence of retaining his parliamentary seat on UDA ticket, hoped for a big turnout in Central Kenya saying Ruto will get more votes than those President Uhuru Kenyatta garnered from the region in past elections.

Meanwhile, during the occasion, more than 600 young people, the majority from the boda boda sector, were issued with smart driving licenses.

Ndindi said the licenses would give the beneficiaries an upper hand in searching for jobs as drivers saying if he wins next elections, he will continue to sponsor short courses which are marketable.


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