As the August general election is drawing closer, the political showdown is getting interesting in both the political divide.
Sibling rivalry in the major political camps are also been witnessed with most leaders seeking to be victorious in different levels.
Now, photos of Malindi Member of parliament Aisha Jumwa during kenya kwanza rally have gone viral online leaving Kenyans with different views.
As per the photos, the vocal MP can be seen trying to catch the attention of Deputy president William Ruto as he addressed locals of the region.
Jumwa can also be seen standing among the UDA supporters even as her competitor Governor Amason Kingi is at the same podium with the second in command.
This comes also as supporters of Aisha Jumwa and those of George Kithi and William Mtengo engaged in supremacy battles.
The Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa sees the area as a UDA zone while PAA supporters claim it is their zone but here viral photos have elicited mixed reactions on social media.
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