Senator Mbura defects to Alfred Mutua’s party, to vie as MP

February 22, 2017 7:52 am
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Mbura who was received by MCC party leader and Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, will now vie for the Rabai parliamentary seat/CFM NEWS

, RABAI, Kenya, Feb 22 – Jubilee Nominated Senator Emma Mbura has defected to the Maendeleo Chap Chap (MCC) party.

Mbura who was received by MCC party leader and Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, will now vie for the Rabai parliamentary seat.

The seat is currently held by ODM’s William Kamoti .

Mutua urged the electorate to audit the development track record for those seeking elective posts.

“Serving leaders seeking re-election should avail score cards to show what they have done while in power, “said Mutua who received Mbura in Rabai.

He said his party will offer transformative leadership which will improve the lives of our people.

Mutua said Kenyans were tired of the false promises by those seeking elective posts.

Mbura said she joined the party due to the transformative leadership offered by its party leader.

“I sat with Kaya elders among other leaders and who advised me to join this party, “said Mbura.

She thanked the Jubilee party for giving her an opportunity to serve the people in the past five year’s

“The party was good and gave me an opportunity to grow politically but now I have decided to move on and join Chap Chap,” said Mbura.

She added that Mutua’s development record in Machakos County was enviable.

Mutua said his party will sponsor candidates of high integrity adding those elected on the party ticket must also be prepared to stand by the same ideals.
Mutua said corruption in the country was to blame for the massive under development in many parts of the nation.

“The money being looted should have been used to improve the lives of our people,” said Mutua.

He enumerated the development projects that he has initiated in Machakos County in the sectors of road, health, agriculture, water, sports and recreation .

“I have tarmacked roads within a short time and sunk boreholes to enable my people access clean piped water,” said Mutua.

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