Jubilee Party settles on Hon. Kariri Njama and Gîthînji Mung'ara as their candidates in Kîambaa Constituency and Mûgûga Ward respectively in the oncoming by-elections in Kiambu County.
There seems to be a small clique surrounding the deputy PRESIDENT which may turn UDA into another Jubilee like party and unfortunately way before the next election.
Those criticizing Moses Kuria for Fielding a candidate in Kiambaa all should engage in talk. MK himself is a force to reckon, He is a mobilizer, a strong influencer. Recently Moses Kuria has been gaining ground and popularity in Mt. Kenya, he is sharp one in Hustler Nation.
When Koimburi won Juja seat under PEP of Moses Kuria he was a Hustlers candidate, how comes now Kuria of Kiambaa shouldn't be considered a Hustlers candidate!I think it was good for UDA to support PEP and Moses Kuria in delivering Kiambaa seat instead going head to head.
Moses Kuria gave UDA a solid in Matungu, Kabuchai and Ruriie he even used his social Media platform to campaigned for UDA, Hustlers should back him up in Kiambu.
He is from Kiambu he as a following, almost 70% and I believe if supported by UDA he will deliver!
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