Peter Kenneth Quits Jubilee, to Vie for Nairobi Governorship as Independent Candidate

  • Former Gatanga Member of Parliament (MP) Peter Kenneth has officially quit the Jubilee party and announced that he will contest for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat as an independent candidate.

    Kenneth, who lost to Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko in Jubilee Party primaries, termed the nominations a sham and disclosed that the party failed to address the issues he raised, leaving him with no other option but to quit the party.

    Addressing the press from PK hub in Westlands, Kenneth disclosed his agenda for Nairobi. Top of his agenda is devolving services from City Hall to the constituency level.

    He also vowed to clean up the city within the first 3 months and Rehabilitate public healthcare within the first 12 months.

    His agenda also includes streamlining public transport within 18 months followed by a light rail system within 3 years

    Banking on his integrity and passion for the job, Kenneth disclosed that he would dismantle all the cartels operating in the city.

    He also took a swipe at his rival Mike Sonko citing that the Senator lacks managerial experience.

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