Kenya Kwanza led by Deputy President Hon William Samoei Ruto is enjoying overwhelmingly support from Kiambu residents. They accept UDA party more than their previous party Jubilee.According to the most recent poll, UDA will win all seats except four of the parliamentary seats in Kiambu County. So many of them will go in favor of UDA.
In Kiambaa Constituency, John Njuguna Wanjiku of UDA will get 42.3% of the vote followed by Kariri Njama of the independent party with 26.4 percent of the vote and third position is Damaris Waiganjo of the Jubilee with 20.2 percent of the vote . Mburu Kahangara of the UDA will prevail in Lari over the incumbent Jonah Mburu of the Jubilee and David Njuguna Kiburi, an independent. In Limuru, John Kiragu Chege of UDA is leading ahead of Peter Mwathi of Jubilee.
Stephen Kigathi and Owen Ndung'u are trailing incumbent Kimani Ichung'wa of the UDA in Kikuyu. Githua Wamacukuru of the UDA will also triumph in Kabete. Charles Chege Gitau and Mwalimu Njenga Mwethi are trailing behind him. Esther Nyambura Gathogo of Jubilee is behind Simon King'ara of UDA in Ruiru. In Thika Alice Ng'ang'a of UDA leads followed by David Gakuyo of Jubilee. Aloiseuja.In Juja, George Koimbori of UDA is leading ahead of Aloise Kinyanjui of Jubilee.
Jude Njomo of Jubilee is leading against is opponent Waithaka Machua of the UDA in only one of the constituencies in Kiambu. Kago Wa Lydia will win in Githunguri, beating out Gathoni Wamuchomba of the UDA.Anne Wanjiku Kibe of Jubilee will win Gatundu North defeating Kigo Njenga of the UDA.
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