Albino MP Who Chopped Off His Own Ear To Become MP is Nominated In Senate

Ruiru Jubilee party MP aspirant Hon Isaac Mwaura. PHOTO|COURTESY
It was a BLOODY battle in all senses. During the Jubilee Party nominations for Ruiru MP, aspirant Isaac Mwaura was injured during a confrontation with youth who were allegedly allied to his opponent Simon Kang’ara at Kiuu in Githurai. 
After conceding defeat, his loyalty has paid off with a nomination for the Senate.

Mwaura garnered 4,632 votes, losing to his opponent Simon King'ara who garnered 10,900 votes in the nomination polls.

His decision to run was marred with controversy because he had earlier ditched the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party.

"We did our best and we live to fight for another day. We have ran the race, we have kept the faith. Victory belongs to the Lord," Mwaura said on his Facebook page.

"This in itself has had its own challenges. It is never easy but someone had to do it. Someone had to be the first to pay the price and create a pathway of possibilities," he said.

"I wish him well in serving the people of Ruiru and wish to assure him of my full support in exercising his mandate, for leadership almost invariably, has capacity to transform society," he said.

He claimed he had spent over Sh 20 million in  things he had been donating and programmes he had been running.

He is now nominated by the Jubilee Party to represent people with disabilities in the Senate alongside Getrude Inimah from ODM.

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