Photo courtesy of Kieni member of Parliament United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Njoroge Wainaina candidate and his supporters.
A top United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Member of Parliament candidate claims his life is in danger as he alleges a squad behind him. Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party endeavors to establish the next administration ahead of the August general election.
However, the UDA allies continue to defend and boost the party's ambition as they heighten their candidatures.
From the reports, Kieni constituency parliamentary seat United Democratic Alliance (UDA) aspirant Njoroge Wainaina claims his life is in danger. Perhaps, the candidate has opponents from the Azimio la Umoja Coalition and independent candidates struggling to win the seat.
From the reports, the candidate alleges that his political rivals are behind him. Consequently, Njoroge Wainaina wants the police and the IEBC to investigate them.
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