Jamleck Kamau calls for end of ‘six-piece’ voting in Murang’a
Murang'a County gubernatorial aspirant Jamleck Kamau has urged residents not to be duped into voting for one party (six-piece) in the coming general elections.
Kamau told the residents to look at the development track record of the candidates and not the party, saying the latter is just an entity being used by aspirants to vie for various seats.
Speaking in Mathioya Murang'a, the aspirant said the 'six-piece suit' in 2017 saw some deserving candidates miss out on being elected and the same mistake should not be repeated this time.
"I urge the residents to ignore those who are calling for six-piece voting because this time we are not looking at the party but individuals.
"The party will not come to work for the people but the person who will be elected is the one to be held accountable," he said,
Kamau who is vying for the seat on the Jubilee Party ticket exuded confidence of taking victory on August 9, saying his track record while he was a member of parliament and a minister is excellent.