Kiagu ward by-election is taking shape and it's clear UDA is defining the moment given the fact that jubilee MP's who support the party have gone against their own candidate. The hype the did in Kiambaa has not been seen in Kiagu with UDA leaders camping in the ward.
It's clear the contest is taking shape with UDA party vowing to badly humiliate jubilee party in the upcoming by-election. It's clear UDA is a wave and mighty force especially in Mt Kenya region going by the by-elections that they have won as of recent.
The UDA campaigns are led by the Meru Senator Mithika Linturi who is the point man in the by-election as well heavily going on the offensive against jubilee. He is ensuring the MCA's in the constituency also camp in the ward to campaign for UDA party as opposed to Jubilee party.
The fact of the matter is that jubilee party could be embarrassed badly because of the infighting among most of the jubilee Kieleweke leaders. The fact that they are fighting is in itself a confirmation that the party chances of winning in the by-election is near to zero as compared to the UDA wave.
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