Jubilee battalions lead an event in Kiambaa ahead of the election. They warned Kiambaa residents about greedy and deceiving politicians. Kimani Ngunjiri urged Kiambaa people to vote wisely. They should not be deceived by politicians who are talking wrongly about Jubilee party.
"Watu wa Kiambaa wacha nimwaambie msikubali kuwa test tube. Watu wasikuje kufanya test na nyinyi. Msikubali kudanganywa mtu anasimama ni mtu ya chama ya Jubilee. Hajatoka Jubilee anawadanganya ametoka. Ata hii mwezi atalipa pesa unajua tunalipa pesa kama watu wa Jubilee. Atatoa pesa aweke kwa chama ya Jubilee. Lakini alikuja hapa anakuja kukuambia wewe usichague mtu ya Jubilee chagua mtu ya chama ya UDA. Hiyo ni kukubeba vibaya. Kwa hivyo tafadhali msikubali hawa watu kuwabebea akili. Tumalize kazi na chama ya Jubilee tukimaliza hiyo ingine tutajua. Simnajua vile mtafanya hiyo Election ingine. This is about Kiambaa people." Kimani Ngunjiri said.
Kiambu Governor James Nyoro urged Kiambaa residents that they should support president and Jubilee party. They should not be deceived by people from outside who wants votes and after election they will not see them again.
" It's not about people who are coming from all over the place. Nataka kuwaambia baada ya tarehe 17 hawa wageni unaona hamtawaona. Wakati wa kufanya Decision ni wakati huu. Tushike rais mkono tushike kareru mkono tushike Jubilee mkono tuingie dani Tumalize kazi ambayo imebaki." James Nyoro added.
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