Jubilee squad today led by Hon Kariri Njama embraces UDA song- wanjiku na UDA.
However,the Jubilee squad was met with a surprise after the residents were sing a Kikuyu song that is for hustler dumbed Wanjiku na UDA. The Jubilee MCAs later embraced the song and found themselves dancing to the hustler song,that is for the UDA party campaigns.
It is true that ,the UDA party has stepped in president Uhuru's backyard with a lot of Force that might cost the Jubilee party.
The UDA party is rummered to be the party that the deputy president come 2022,may use as his campaign vehicle for his presidential bid.
The party associated to Dp Ruto (UDA),is gaining momentum every day as many politicians have ditched the Jubilee party and other parties to join UDA party. With the latest being Kiambu women representative Gathoni wa Muchomba.
However, today during the UDA party campaigns,the crowd asked the Dp Ruto's foot soldiers to have Ruto,a situation that led to Kimani Ichungwa calling the deputy president on phone in order to satisfy the crowd.
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