Gideon Mung'aro with President Uhuru Kenyatta. PHOTO | FILE
Gideon Mung'aro with President Uhuru Kenyatta. PHOTO | FILE
Kilifi county Jubilee point man and former Kilifi North MP Gideon Mung’aro unveiled to go back to his businesses. According to him, giving Jubilee some votes in Kilifi county was a difficult task and later none recognized their efforts. 

“We discussed together with my wife and agreed to go back to business. Jubilee has so many people who are looking for opportunities and we agreed that its politics if I lost the seat that was over. I’m looking for life elsewhere, politics is a game and if it's not on your side then its bad luck. I'm looking to establish myself in my hospitality business.” Gideon Maitha Mung’aro said in an interview in his home at Gede.

“I'm not quitting politics because I still have another chance in 2022. I want to upgrade my self too in my studies. I want to do masters and be able to equip myself for my business and the society.  Some has told me if I'm waiting for any post from President Uhuru Kenyatta. The answer is a big NO. We did out part as well looking for political seats. We completed our tasks and now back to normal business. “ he added.

Gideon Mung’aro failed to get the Kilifi gubernatorial post and lost it to the incumbent Governor Amason Kingi. He later filed a petition reciting Kingi used back-doors to get back the seat. The petition was thrown out and later forced to pay Amason Kingi 2.5 Million. 

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