Deputy President William Ruto UDA hustler has stormed in Kiambaa streets for the final touches. Kiambaa Residents are preparing for by election which is in a week time. United Democratic Alliance (UDA) allies are mobilizing Kiambaa residents to vote for Honarable John Njuguna for the parliamentary seat in the coming by-election. Honorable John Njuguna is the UDA candidate. The UDA allies are urging Kiambaa residents to vote for their candidates.
The UDA squad has flocked in Kiambaa streets for the final campaigns. Youths are dancing and chanting hustler slogan. The election will be held on 15th July. The event is lead by UDA warriors. They are walking from Gachie to Ruaka mobilizing the Kiambaa residents.
However honorable John Njuguna Kawanjiku is facing a stiff competition from Jubilee party candidate Kariri Njama. Just yesterday Jubilee Battalions led by kanini kega, Shebesh, and sabina chege flocked in Kiambaa. They mobilized Kiambaa residents to vote for Kariri Njama.
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