President Uhuru Kenyatta's allied legislators have stormed Kiambaa Constituency with a thud while rooting serious ground campaigns for the Jubilee candidate Hon Kariri Njama for the parliamentary seat in the long awaited by-election which is scheduled to take place on 15th July 2021.
Jubilee soldiers invaded Kiambaa Constituency to cement the lost glory of the Jubilee party and mobilize the locals to vote for the Jubilee Candidate Hon Kariri Njama who seeks to battle out the vicious UDA candidate Hon John Njuguna for the vacant Kiambaa parliamentary seat in the upcoming mini poll.
The Kiambaa by-election has attracted the intermittent political forces and created a wide division between president Uhuru Kenyatta's allied lawmakers and Deputy President William Ruto's battalions over the party supremacy in Mt Kenya region.
On the same political gear in Kiambaa, Deputy President William Ruto's UDA candidate Hon John Njuguna has adopted a new campaign strategy by moving door to door to beg and cajole for votes from electorates come 15th July 2021.
As Jubilee party foremen were traversing the constituency today while campaigning for Hon Kariri Njama, the UDA candidate Hon John Njuguna was making an incredible move by doing the door to door campaigns over his bid for the upcoming by-election.
Kiambaa parliamentary seat was declared vacant following the death of the late Jubilee MP Hon Paul Koinange few months ago. Who do you support for the Kiambaa parliamentary seat?
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