Former Mukurwe-ini constituency member of parliament Kabando wa Kabando has come out to amplify his voice on the ongoing counting of votes after several By-elections in the country earlier today.
Ruto-linked candidates, in provisional results alleged by several high ranking leaders on social media including Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi, Murang'a county senator Irungu Kang'ata and others show that UDA party has allegedly won the Rurii Ward seat and Juja Constituency through the People's empowerment party associated to Moses Kuria, a Ruto ally.
And according to Kabando wa Kabando, the ruling Jubilee Party is officially dead after allegedly losing in all the three electoral regions that had By-elections. He congratulated United Democratic alliance for an alleged superb showing.
"Congratulations UDA Kenya on your deserved win Rúrií MCA seat in Nyandarua. They may deny it but faft is Jubilee Party is as dead as a dodo. Now move to totally Reject BBI and protect independence of kenya judiciary after BBI Judgement amplified Say No to BII movement," he said.
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