As the clock ticks towards the heated showdown in Kiambaa Constituency between Jubilee party and their counterparts, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party, president Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy President William Ruto's respective allies are camping in the region to drum support for the candidates.
With the DP's newly affiliated party gaining fame very fast as a pick up point for 2022 foundation, angry Jubilee supporter have fumed towards the lawmakers who have transferred their trust from the rulling party to UDA.
In a Video, an aged woman has been recorded accusing the DP for misleading his allies to move out of the Jubilee party, and he is still confortable in the rulling party as the deputy party leader. The woman went ahead and warned the UDA supporters to stop "political prostit*tion"
"Siasa ni kama kutolewa na kama hutavimilia kwako utaitwa malaya na bwana yako. Sasa ndio unaona president Kenyatta aliita Ruto Tangatanga because of infidelity in the party," the Jubilee supporter has said in a Video.
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