Kenya's 2022 August general elections is taking a new shape. Different leaders are busy with their campaigns looking for endorsement to be elected to different positions in the government. Among the top seats being contested includes; presidential, gubernatorial, senatorial, MP and member of county assembly.
Today, Gatundu North Member of Parliament Hon Wanjiku Kibe debunked rumours that she was forced to join the United Democratic Alliance and abandon Jubilee in order to retain her seat in the 2022 general elections. According to Wanjiku Kibe, the ongoing charges that she has defected to UDA have not to be approved, hence she remains in Jubilee.
"I endorse the handshake because the programme is beneficial to the country. I have been and will continue to advocate for the Jubilee Party and its handshake partners' interests "Wanjiku Kibe stated.
Wanjiku Kibe, Member of Parliament for Gatundu North, declares boldly that she is willing to keep her position as long as she is not in the UDA.
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