UDA battalions led a massive rally in kiambu. The battalions are Ruto's close associates. The rally was hosted by the UDA party candidate. They were mobilizing the Kiambaa residents to vote for John Njuguna Wa Wanjiku for the parliamentary seat. The by-election will be held on 15th July. The residents gave them a grand reception.
In the rally the Kiambaa residents came out in large number. Honorable John Njuguna on his Facebook page thanks the Kiambaa residents from Gachie Karura, Ndenderu and Ruaka for fully supporting him. He also asked the Kiambaa people to vote for him on 15th July.
"Asanteni sana watu wa karua, Ndenderu, Ruaka. Leo mmecheza kama nyinyi. Na pia kwa ballot najua mtapigia kura Kawanjiku."
"wah wah wah! Watu wa Gachie mko tu sawa. Thank you for turning up in large numbers. Asanteni sana hizo kura mchukue mweke kwa Kawanjiku. Waah."
However, Honorable John Njuguna is also facing tough competition from Jubilee party candidate Kariri Njama. Jubilee allies were never left behind. They were also in Kiambaa mobilizing the residents to the vote for Honarable Kariri Njama.
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