It's clear Kiambaa and Muguga is slated for July 15th this month in a battle likely to pit the UDA candidate and jubilee candidate who are the main competitors. All indications are however clear that jubilee party could lose The by-election terribly given the prevailing political circumstances in the country.
Going by what happened in Juja and Rurii ward by-election, it's clear Jubilee party has really outlived it's purpose a reason the party could lose terribly. The newly formed UDA party has really proved that the party is lethal and one that could put jubilee party in it's permanent political dustbin.
The UDA Party has already started massive campaigns to ensure going into 2022 the party can at most win massive seats across the country. The possible results in Muguga, Juja by-elections is that UDA candidate John Njuguna could win by a landslide.
It's already clear Jubilee party though the ruling one does not have support in the country as they have already lost by-elections even in it's predominant political bases. It's for this fact that clearly in Kiambaa jubilee party is just headed for a defeat.
However as always matters politics is just but an issue of wait and see. We therefore must wait and see of what really will unfold going into the by-elections as clearly it's only the best candidate who will win. Both Jubilee and UDA candidates are preparing a reason we should just wait of what really unfolds. Chances are however not on the jubilee side given recent by-election loses.
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