Dennis Itumbi has shared a video of several construction machinery being recalled back from the Kiambaa constituency on Sunday afternoon.
According to details, the machinery has been recalled back just less than two days after they voted in John Njuguna Wanjiku as their member of Parliament.
According to Dennis Itumbi, the machinery has been taken there as a way of enticing the residents to vote in Kariri Njama who was vying with the ruling party Jubilee.
Watch the video here;
In the video, the residents can be heard telling ofc the drivers saying they knew that they were being lied to by the government hence they recalled the machinery.
"Bye, bye...we knew it was all a way of enticing us. We knew it...bye..."the residents are heard saying as one of the tractors is seen taking off one of the road construction machinery.
The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate John Njuguna Wanjiku won the Kiambaa parliamentary by-election.Njuguna overcame stiff competition from Jubilee Party candidate Njama Kariri to emerge victorious with 21,773 votes.
Long before the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission called the mini-election, the UDA was already in high spirits, with several lawmakers from the party congratulating the newly elected MP.
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