Today was the most awaited day. UDA supporters are celebrating with joy and happiness. Kiambaa constituency and Muguga ward was running by election. Kiambaa constituency was running for the parliamentary seat. This is after the Kiambaa constituency Mp passed away. While Muguga ward was running by election for MCA seat. This campaigns have been the talk of the town in the political field.
A video went viral in social media shows UDA supporters, Members of parliament and Deputy President William celebrating and dancing. United Democratic Alliance party is barely one year old but but it has swept away many followers and supporters.
Security patrol is tight in polling stations. So far UDA aspirant honorable John Njuguna Kawanjiku is leading in Kiambaa constituency. He's leading with 55 percent votes. And Jubilee aspirant candidate honorable Kariri Njama is following with 45 percent votes. Muguga UDA aspirant is also leading with more votes. This shows the that UDA party is leading politically.
Here is the video
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