Former Mukurueni constituency member of parliament Hon. Kabando Wa Kabando has alleged that the United Democratic Alliance party's candidate in the Kiambaa constituency Parliamentary by-elections Hon. John Wanjiku is currently leading in the race to succeed the late Paul Koinange. The vocal politician has stated that surveys are placing Wanjiku ahead of Jubilees's Kariri Njama.
Kabando has however stated that despite Kariri Njama being a gentleman, he will lose the seat to Wanjiku because of his Jubilee party.
Kabando has argued that the Jubilee party has resorted to insults to the UDA candidate something that is unacceptable, he has warned the tilling party to stop this if at all they want to capture the seat.
"Credible surveys show UDA candidate is leading by a wide margin. But JP candidate is conducting himself very decently and maturely just as the UDA candidate. Both are gentlemen. But JP honchos desperation resort to hiring insults . Please stop it." Kabando posted on his Twitter handle
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