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MP Loser Terms Voters ‘Illiterate’ As He Concedes Defeat

by Sir Wabwire Jr
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Mukurwe-ini member of parliament aspirant Hon Levi Munyeri has unearthed a hive of insults at the electorates for failing to elect him in the just concluded general election.

He termed the voters as illiterate as compared to his intellectualism that he alleges hindered the electorates from electing him for Mukurwe-ini parliamentary seat.

However he conceded defeat and congratulated his opponent for securing the seat.

“I concede defeat in the Mukurwe-ini parliamentary race. The intellectual margin between the electorate and myself was too wide to enable the meeting of minds” Levi Munyeri of Republican Liberty party said.

Lang’ata MP Race.

This emerges a time when Lang’ata MP Nixon Korir of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) conceded defeat to ODM candidate Felix Oduor, otherwise known as Jalango.

Korir thanked the people of Lang’ata for according him 5 years to address the welfare of the people as MP through legislation and serving the nation as well.

Lang’ata MP Nixon Korir

“To the people of Langata, I sincerely thank you for according me an opportunity to be your Member of Parliament for the last 5 years. Its been a great opportunity that gave me an avenue to contribute to our nation building and service to the people” he stated.

Reading from the tallying as projected at Generali Centre, Jalango was commanding a landslide and this promoted Korir to concede defeat and congratulated his opponent for securing the seat.

“From the results that we’ve tallied at the Generali centre, my competitor Jalango has a lead and I want to congratulate his as he prepares to take the mantle and move Langata forward. Siasa si chuki. God bless Langata” he added.

Millions of Kenyans are bracing up for the final results by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) especially for the presidential seat.

Raila and Ruto are jogging at neck to neck race with less than 8 million votes yet to be counted.

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