With only 33 days to the August general elections, politicians have been crisscrossing different regions as they hunt for votes.
Today the Member Of Parliament, of Gatundu South has reported on his Twitter account that the United Democratic Alliance Billboard of Kagombe was obliterated overnight.
Moses Kuria who is a close ally of William Ruto has further welcomed Raila Odinga to his place claiming that they are hospitals and peaceful people and therefore he should advise his supporter Joyce Ngugi and Njinji Murugi not to destroy the rails just to associate with Raila Odinga's core values.
Mt.Kenya region is believed to be Kenya Kwanza stronghold just like the Nyanza regions for Raila Odinga. The Orange Democratic Movement party leader is expected to peddle himself and his manifesto to the Kiambu people as he seeks votes come August 9th.
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