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Am In the Governor Race Till the End – Wanyonyi Tells Detractors


Nairobi gubernatorial hopeful Hon Tim Wanyonyi has rubbished claims that he has stepped down from the race promising his rivals a fierce contest in the forthcoming elections.

Addressing Nairobi Bishops, Wanyonyi says he will fight till the end to realize his dream of becoming governor.

There were concerns over his bid after entry of tycoon Richard Ngatia who is enjoying a cordial relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta.

“Forget about those propaganda that I have stepped down for anyone… I will be in this race up to the finish line. Am done with Westlands and I believe the people of Nairobi will give me that chance to serve them,” he said.

He further slammed his competitors asking them to the people instead of spending extravagantly in the boardroom seeking endorsements from bigwigs.


“Nairobi should be wary of people using money to look for votes so that they can protect what they looted from the public. We must involve the people in fixing Nairobi and let’s shun corrupt leaders,” he told the Bishops.

Same was echoed by Bishop Hudson Ndeda who asked Nairobians to rally behind him as he makes the first stab at Cityhall.

“We are Kenyans we are voters and we must speak and somebody tries to tell you that church should keep quite then that’s wrong… We have given directions and that direction is Tim Wanyonyi… Nairobi should not be a place where people come and test their leadership skills. We are not supporting Tim because he has demonstrated…we churches will not play games with our votes… that’s the bottom line,” he said.