Yesterday, Jubilee leaders begged God to intervene in Kiambaa and Mt. Kenya in general to turn the tide against Deputy President William Ruto.
They pleaded with residents not to be duped by Ruto and his UDA's bottom-up economic model, claiming that Jubilee is the party to beat in Kiambaa and Mt. Kenya.
Ngunjiri confirmed that the Kiambaa constituency is Jubilee reloaded, with Kariri Njama leading the charge.
In his speech, he also chastised the DP and his allies for disrespecting President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Mount Kenya region's kingpin.
He stated that as regional leaders, they are not prepared to allow intruders to come home and choose leaders for them.
The self-proclaimed ‘chief general' of the Kieleweke wing urged Kiambaa residents to protect the President from embarrassment by voting for Hon Kariri Njama next month, who will be there to assist him in delivering on Kenyans' big four agendas.
Kariri Njama of Jubilee faces stiff competition from his UDA party rival, John Njuguna Wa Wanjiku, who has Ruto's full support.
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