The deputy president William Ruto who also attended a church service at Newbreed city chapel in Kiamba has attracted huge crowd in Kiambaa constituency where the by-election is set to happen on 15th July 2021. The crowd came to cheer the deputy president who is associated with the new formed party called United Democratic Alliance.
The party has a candidate who will be going to represent the party in the next by election which has attracted alot of attention among the popular parties in the country. Ruto was accompanied by many leaders who support him including Hon. Muthoni who is a member of parliament.
Ruto visited the Kiambaa region to finalize the campaign which started early last month making the candidate to familiarize themselves to the people. Ruto has also urged the residents of Kiambaa to vote Njama who is representing United Democratic Alliance party.
Despite that, residents are urged to maintain peace during and after the election as the results will be announced by the IEBC officers in the evening after the counting process.
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