22 January 2013
Kenya: I'm Learned, Says King'ara
By Wambugu Kanyi
Parliamentary aspirant Peter King'ara has urged Othaya voters to elect an educated person to succeed President Kibaki. King'ara, who is lawyer said, the next parliament will be making national laws and therefore the people should elect someone who is learned.
He was speaking at the weekend at Othaya Stadium during a musical show. King'ara is running on a GNU ticket. He promised the residents he will follow Kibaki's footsteps of initiating projects.
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