The Deputy president associated party United Democratic alliance is seen to may be in a process of winning the kiambaa seat as it is seen to be a hot contested seat between jubilee and united democratic alliance.
The by election will be done on 15th July after the demise of Former member of parliament, Koinange. The United Democratic Alliance candidate is determined to win the seat as the campaigns come to an end on Monday.
The IEBC chairman Chebukati has assured all parties of a fair and free election and everything is prepared for the election. Also the chairman has said that police officers will be deployed in every poll long station thus securing the votes of the citizens of kiambaa.
Also all members of parliament from the region allied to Deputy president have been able to make ground for the United Democratic Alliance candidate thus being the favorite. The Deputy president has assigned his members of parliament from the region to make sure the United Democratic Alliance candidate take the seat.
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