It is a sad evening for Kiambaa parliamentary aspirant after some rogue assailants vandalized his campaign vehicle.
Taking to the social media, Kariri Njama has expressed his anger calling out his rivals after the scathing attack on his vehicle.
Kariri who consented for Kiambaa parliamentary seat on a Jubilee ticket will be vying for the same position that he lost his UDA Rival come August 9th 2022.
Njama has urged the relevant authorities to intervene and make sure all those who participated in the heinous act are nabbed and held accountable.
"The DARK FORCES we had spoken earlier on….there are stopping at nothing…..
Kiambaa is not read for a Monarchy….
Peace over Evil shall prevail"
Nevertheless, a section of kenyans have blasted the leader saying he was just looking for sympathy votes ahead of elections.
Sadly, similar political dramas have been witnessed around the country with just two weeks ago kenyans treated to a shocking clip after Raila Odinga chopper was stoned in Uasin-Gishu.
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