Kiambaa Constituency by-election is continuing to draw near with only a few days left to the slated election date, July 15th 2021.
Campaigns have in the recent days rocked Kiambaa Constituency with various aspirants and parties storming the area to sell their policies to win the hearts of the voters.
Jubilee as well as United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party have in the recent days camped in Kiambaa to campaign for their candidates; Kariri Njama and John Njuguna Wanjiku respectively.
Controversial Mount Kenya Member of Parliament has spilled the beans on the significance of the upcoming Kiambaa Constituency by-election as polls continue to draw near.
Gatundu South Constituency MP Hon Moses Kuria has revealed that the upcoming Kiambaa Constituency by-election will shape the 2022 general election.
He has however added that it will shape 2022 contrary to the wayost people think because there are massive realignments expected ahead of the 2022 general election.
"In so many ways, Kiambaa will shape 2022. And not the way most of you think. Massive Realignments. Fasten your seat belts," Moses Kuria said.
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