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‘Ndaani ndaani ndaaaniii’ man left out by Bomet voters

Bomet senatorial aspirant Nick Salat popular for the Ndaani ndaani ndaaaniii phrase has lost his bid with over 30,000 votes.

Salat, who was vying on a Kanu ticket, had garnered 100,664 votes by Wednesday 7pm against Jubilee Party’s Christopher Andrew Langat who was leading with 138, 198 votes.

The tallying in the county was 99.45 per cent complete by Wednesday 7pm.

In January, Salat joined opposition leaders in the unveiling of the Nasa coalition stating that Kanu had joined the opposition.


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His remarks were however disowned by the party through its national executive council member Zipporah Kittony who termed them as personal and stated that the party has to discuss such decisions in the supreme party organ, National Delegates Conference.

Salat became popular after his Ndaani ndaani ndaaaniii phrase illustrating that he was backing the opposition coalition.

The phrase was then often used by the Nasa co-principals during their rallies across the country.