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“I Will Not Be Party To Any Negotiations” Jaguar On Claims Of Stepping Down


Starehe MP Charles Jaguar has refuted claims that he has stepped down for his UDA counterpart Simon Mbugua in the fight for the Starehe Constituency Parliamentary seat.

Jaguar says that he will not be party to any negotiations ahead of the party primaries scheduled for the 14th of April.

“As the sitting M.P of Starehe Constituency I would like to inform my constituents that I have not stepped down for any aspirant and I have not held any discussions with the Deputy President in regards to this matter,” said Jaguar

The MP has promised Mbugua who had shelved his Kamukunji aspirations in favour of Yusuf Hassan, a fierce battle during the nominations.

“I was elected by the people of Starehe and I have the mandate to represent them. I will not be party to any negotiations. My opponent agreed to negotiations in his former constituency(Kamukunji).Starehe mambo ni tofauti.” he said.

Reports that Jaguar had stepped down for Simon Mbugua flooded the internet today on social media pages of bloggers.

Starehe Constituency parliamentary seat has attracted several politicians among them Simon Mbugua of UDA, Amos Mwago of Jubilee and John Mugo also of Jubilee.