It's clear the Kiagu ward by-election is taking shape ahead of the 2022 general election. The fact of the matter is that UDA party seems to have taken over in the Mt Kenya region a reason they have won different by-elections including in the Kiambaa by-election that happened recently.
It's clear the chances of jubilee beating UDA in Kiagu ward by-election is very minimal. Already the people seem to embrace UDA party something that clearly confirms of the person who might take Kiagu ward by-election.
The fact of the matter is that the by-election in Kiagu Ward is just proving to be a two horse race between jubilee party and UDA. It's clear the chances of UDA winning in the by-election come October 14th are very high for the fact reason that majority of the people are in support of UDA.
However as a matter of fact it's an issue of wait and see of what will unfold moving into the 2022 general election. We can only wait and see of what will unfold as we wish all the candidate all the best in the by-election which is proving difficult for jubilee party.
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