Deputy President Wiliam Ruto will be banking on his UDA party to tell President Uhuru Kenyatta that, he is in charge of Mount Kenya by winning Kiambaa parliamentary by-elections. Uhuru on his part will try to cover up the embarrassment by winning the seat through Jubilee, after suffering defeats in Rurii and Juja recently.
Today, a section of Jubilee leaders led by Raphael Tuju held a consultive meeting. It was attended by main women leaders including Gender CAS Rachel Shebesh, Gatundu North MP Wanjiku Kibe, Mercy Gakuya, Agnes Kavindo among others.
Tuju revealed that they met to discuss how they could help Kiambaa Jubilee candidate Kariri Njama to popularize his name among the people.
He mentioned the basis of such plans will be based on poverty eradication, roads and education for the people of Kiambaa.
Tuju, who doubles as a CS without a portfolio also added that they were deliberating on important issues and not 2022 politics like what DP Ruto and his allies were talking about.
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