– Communication consultant and activist Njeri Thorne has declared her interest to vie for the Langata Parliamentary seat during the 2017 General Elections using the Jubilee Party
– She will be facing off with Joash Olum who was elected through an ODM ticket in 2013
– Thorne holds a Masters in Political Communication
Political temperatures are already high in Kenya as the General elections nears with most aspirants declaring their interests for various seats.
In Nairobi, new entrants are striving to unseat the incumbents giving them sleepless nights ahead of the Big Day set for August 2017 as we go to the polls.
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Among them is Njeri Thorne who will be vying for a parliamentary seat in Langata constituency in Nairobi using the Jubilee Party.
The incumbent MP for Langata constituency is Joash Olum.
Njeri Thorne is a lawyer with a first class honours in LLB. She also holds a Masters in Political Communications and is known to be one of Jubilee’s most articulate activists who regularly appears on TV to discuss politics and writes in a number of National dailies.
There are reliable reports that Jubilee politicians in Nairobi are counting on her to wrestle the current ODM MP in Nairobi.
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On October 17,the Jubilee politicians are said to have met at a Nairobi hotel and settled on her name.
‘‘It was agreed that Njeri Thorne is the only candidate who has the influence to fly the Jubilee Party flag in Langata and face off with the opposition given she has actively beeen working with the residents in that area,” a source who attended the meeting told TUKO.co.ke
Other sources within the ruling government intimate that Njeri has already been endorsed by the Jubilee Politicians in Nairobi who are counting on her vast experience in communication and activism to propel the win.
Source: Breaking News
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