It's clear the Kiagu ward by-election is taking shape and anything is likely especially between Wiper and the UDA party. The fact of the matter is that moving into the October 14th by-election UDA seems very much ahead of Wiper party.
However it's clear UDA seems to have majority of the local leaders in support of the UDA candidate as opposed to Wiper party. It's clear moving into the 2022 by-election with most local leaders supporting UDA the by-election might heavily ho in favor of the party.
It's clear also that majority of the local leaders have already declared their support to UDA leaving Wiper heavily bruised. However as we move into the contest only time will tell of what will actually unfold moving into the by-election.
Nguu by-election is taking a different turn and it's clear Wiper is also loosing a lot traction. UDA has moved on to climb the region with Jonathan Mueke leading the campaigns in the by-election to ensure the party won on the election to prepare Ruto for the 2022 battle.
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