PROVISIONAL results for the just-concluded general elections in Kajiado County yesterday gave TNA a lead in most of the elective seats. If the results are anything to go by, TNA is destined to bag the seats of governor, senate, woman member of Parliament and three parliamentary seats in Kajiado West, Kajiado North and Kajiado South.
According to IEBC's Kajiado County Returning Officer, Tom Mboya, about 90 per cent of the votes had already been received and tallied by 10 am yesterday. From Kajiado South provisional results for the parliamentary seat put Internal Security Minister, Judah Katoo ole Metito (TNA) on the lead with 8596 votes against his closest rival of GNU, Isaac Parashina who had 5018 votes.
Moses Sakuda (TNA) was leading in Kajiado West with 1305 ahead of Joseph Simel (ODM) who had 1078. Alex Magelo of the NVP was trailing at third position with 420. In Kajiado East, Kakuta Maimai (ODM) was ahead of Peris Tobiko (TNA) in the parliamentary race with some 1087 votes. Tobiko had 609.
Defence Assistant Minister, Joseph Nkaissery (ODM) led the pack in Kajiado Central parliamentary race with 2062 votes against Patrick Tutui of TNA who had 1091 votes. Interesting was the race for County woman member of Parliament where Mary Seneta of TNA maintained a clear lead with 14772 votes against her closest rival, Emily Kiparki of ODM with 6423 votes.
In the senate race for Kajiado, Eng. Peter Mositet of TNA maintained the lead with some 21349 votes against his closest rival Simon Peter ole Nkeri (GNU) who had 9,390 while Solomon Kinyanjui (Wiper-DMP) had 6011 votes