Hon Kariri Njama, who is the Jubilee party Candidate toured several places on Tuesday as he consolidates his votes base over the Impending By-election. (Courtesy photo)
According to his latest post he confirmed that the day was successful and thanked kiambaa residents for their so much support to him.(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he prayed unto God to bless them all. He also reminded them that only 16 days are remaining to by-election in their Constituency. He stated that he know and believe that they will vote for him under jubilee Party.(Courtesy photo)
It's remembered that Kariri Njama is facing a steep competition from a youthful UDA Candidate, Hon John Nguguna Wa Wanjiku. However, the jubilee brigades who accompanied him in various places exuded a lot of hope that their Candidate shall emerge victorious in the forthcoming election.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, Majority of them urged him to remain persistent till the last minute, and he shall emerge victorious. However, others told him that Kiambaa is now under UDA Candidate.
These are some of their reactions:
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