The Kiambaa constituency by-election has been viewed as a do or a die vote hunt for President Kenyatta and his Deputy.It is seen as a two-horse race pitting the two.This is so after the sharp fallout between the duo whom their political togetherness was motivated by the Hague cases due to Post Election Violence.
Today,the Kiambaa constituency voters began streamimg to the polling stations very early in the morning.At the same time,Muguga Ward by-election is also undergoing the same.
The politicians had camped at these places just to see their best candidates wins the election.Kiambaa has over 90,000 voters who will definitely decide on either Jubilee's Kariri Njama or UDA's John Njuguna Wanjiku.
Thursday morning has not started well for Dennis Itumbi.He has received a morning blast from Kenyans after claiming that local chiefs are on the ground threatening voters to vote in a particular way.This has not gone well with some Kenyans who have now felt that the UDA party is literally building an early tension even before the counting of the votes begin.Below is the claim and the Kenyans' reactions.
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