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80-year-old 'Shosh' sound systems owner to run for woman rep on UDA ticket

THE STAR 11/2/2021

Shosh will contest for the Nairobi Women Rep seat under UDA in 2022.

UDA secretary general Veronica Maina welcoming Shosh to UDA party. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
UDA secretary general Veronica Maina welcoming Shosh to UDA party. Image: UDA

Cecilia Mwangi, the owner of popular 'Shosh sound systems' has joined politics.

The 80-year-old was welcomed to the United Democratic Alliance party on Tuesday by party secretary general Veronica Maina.

Shosh is a common figure among Nairobi motorists since she has been installing and repairing sound systems in cars for more than two decades.

She announced that she will contest for the Nairobi Women Representative seat come 2022 general elections.

UDA, which is associated with Deputy President William Ruto has been campaigning, saying ‘hustlers’ will play a big role in the next government.

Shosh Sound Systems owner Cecilia Mwangi (Shosh) officially joined politics. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Shosh Sound Systems owner Cecilia Mwangi (Shosh) officially joined politics. Image: UDA

According to Ruto, hustlers will be included to form the government and realise its agenda of the Bottom-Up approach in the country’s economy.

While campaigning in Nyamira on Monday, Ruto said that the need to have employment opportunities for the youth, empowerment for women, and economic growth is the approach that will be a priority if his State House bid becomes successful.

We will not allow a section of intruders who came to government and initiated the 'reggae' which was eventually stopped by God since Kenyans were not for the idea," the DP said.

He noted that the bottom-up economic model is the way to go so that employment opportunities can be availed for desperate youths.

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