Kiagu ward by-election is taking shape as its clear UDA seems a national party just few days after its formation. The fact of the matter is that the by-election is going into the favor of UDA party given the fact that already jubilee party has collapsed badly something that seems to have gone against the ruling party.
It's clear as things stand, the Kiagu ward by-election is taking shape and generally majority of the local leaders are in support of UDA party. The fact that most leaders in Meru are supporting UDA just confirms that moving into the by-election, UDA will easily win the seat.
However as always time will tell of what will unfold going into the by-election. The fact that majority of jubilee elected MP's are in support of UDA just confirms of his high chances of forming the next government moving into the 2022 general election.
It will be interesting to watch of who wins in the by-election but it's clear already the battle is between jubilee and UDA. The by-election is happening in October 14th and clearly it can be seen UDA have an upper hand over jubilee.
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