Kiambaa by election will be held on 15th july 2021. The parliamentary race has attracted various candidates. The main competitors are UDA and Jubilee candidates. This candidates will be competing to succeed the late member of parliament Hon. Paul Koinange who succumbed to COVID19 pandemic.
Today Nyeri Town member of parliament Hon. Ngunjiri Wambugu led morning campaigns for Kiambaa Jubilee candidate. Jubilee party has fielded Kariri Njama Wanaina as their preferred candidate. The influential candidate became second in 2017 general election. He was defeated by the late legislator with a small margin.
The vocal member of parliament engaged local residents of Kiambaa constituency. He popularized their candidate and urged them to vote for him come 15th July. The legislator was dressed on Jubilee attire. He was accompanied by local leaders of the constituency.
Various influential Jubilee leaders have camped in the region to campaign for their candidate. The leaders are led by national assembly majority leader Amos Kimunya, Kiambu govenor James Nyoro and other elected leaders.
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