President Uhuru kenyatta associates today have taken their campaigns to Kiambaa constituency to drum up support for their candidate Hon Kariri Njama for the parliamentary seat position in the next week's by-election.The election is scheduled to be conducted on 15th july.
Hon Kariri has asked the residents to vote for Him as He will bring more development changes to the community immediately He clinch to power.
"It remains my life desires to serve the people in whatever capacity I found myself in.Service is doing good in all seasons" Hon Kariri posted.
At the same time, the popular blocker Dennis Itumbi has allegedly revealed that, some politicians have planned to disrupt the residents of Kiambaa during voting time, according to Him a group individuals are set to distribute the GSU uniforms to goons who will orchestrate chaos during the voting period.However his allegations has not been verified by the police authority.
I would like to hear from you, who will win the kiambaa election between Jubilee and UDA and is what is your take about Itumbi's allegations.Share your comment.
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