The yellow color of UDA has taken over in Kiambaa while the red colour of Jubilee has faded.The Deputy President's Brigade arrived in Kiambaa to rally support for Wanjiku in the upcoming mini-elections which will be conducted on July 15, 2021.The Tangatanga allies were joined by a slew of entertainment teams who unleash a barrage of hits on the already-capacity crowd. One of them was UDA chairman Johnston Muthama who was soo Vocal and using Kikuyu vernacular language.
The crowd was dressed in yellow to match the colors of the UDA. Kiambaa's villages are ablaze with yellow uniforms, which have replaced the previously visible red.
As they sing in Kikuyu vernacular songs, the entertainment crew was already transporting the audience to new worlds.The joyful throng joins in with chants and ululations to accompany the celebratory music.
A series of campaigns are likely to confront the region's deeply submerged Jubilee Party ahead of the upcoming by-election.Kariri Njama, a Jubilee Party candidate, conducted popularization campaigns in various wards later today.
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