The Kiambaa By-Elections have raised emotions of both parties as the end of the elections is drawing near.
So far, out of one hundred and fifty four polling stations where the elections were expected to be conducted, results of 10 of them have been revealed by the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
As confirmed by NTV Kenya, John Wanjiku Njuguna who is under Deputy President, William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party is leading with one thousand, four hundred and twenty one (1,421) votes.
Jubilee Party allied Kariri Njama is currently the second candidate with one thousand and sixty nine (1,069) votes while Evans Gichia is at position three with 3 votes.
With that, it's clear that Honourable John Njuguna is leading with a margin of 57% while Honourable Kariri Njama follows with 43% of the total votes.
As the electoral commission is still counting and producing results over the same, I would like to motivate Kenyans especially the people of Kiambaa that the winning leader will be genuinely established.
Meanwhile, DP Ruto has been spotted together with other UDA allied people singing and celebrating as per the latest video that has been circulating online.
The leading aspirant being a candidate of Ruto's Party, can we assume that that's what has resulted to the celebrations? Here is the link to watch the video;
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