Photo courtesy (Nyoro campaigning on Thursday)
Nyoro who will be seeking to retain his seat via Azimio la Umoja has on Thursday stormed some areas of Kiambu region as he popularized his bid.
His evening rally in Karanjee was well attended by locals of the area as they massively welcomed him as per the video on Facebook.
"Ahsantenii sana Karanjee... " Nyoro's reaction to the warm reception.
Nyoro emerged second in the 2013 elections before forming an alliance with Ferdinand Waititu in order to oust former Governor William Kabogo in 2017.
Nyoro is defending his seat on a Jubilee party ticket and has pledged to address the total debt portfolio for Kiambu
His huge reception in the evening rally has elicited mixed reactions on social media with most netizens foreseeing him become victorious in the august general election.
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