Kiambaa constituents will elect their new member of parliament on 15th july 2021. The seat was left vacant after the death of their member of parliament Hon. Paul Koinange. Various candidates have shown interest in succeeding the late legislator.
Today Jubilee candidate Mr. Kariri Njama Wanaina intensified his ground support ahead of 15th July by election. The candidate met local residents from Kiambaa constituency to popularize his candidature. He was well received by local residents who listened to his ideologies.
Various Jubilee leaders have camped in the constituency campaigning for their preferred candidate. The leaders are led by Nyeri Town legislator Hon. Kimani Wambugu, Kiambu govenor James Nyoro and various elected leaders.
The Jubilee candidate faces stiff competition from UDA candidate Njuguna Wanjiku who enjoys support from deputy president William Ruto. Deputy president William Ruto allies have camped in the constituency to campaign for their candidate Mr. Njuguna Wanjiku. Kiambaa residents will get to know their new member of parliament on 16th July after the by election.
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