Senior advisor Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority, Mr Mohamed Wehliye has observed that everything is not well with UDA in Kiambu County. The County was previously categorized as one UDA's tuff but it looks like the ground is shifting.
According to Mr Wehliye, Kiambu politics is taking a u-turn in 2022 elections. He compared what happened in Georgia in the last United States elections to what is currently happening in Kiambu.
He now claims that Hon. Raila Odinga is likely to win the hearts of the electorates in the coming general elections. He is now worried that something is not right in Kiambu and added that if it was in Nakuru County, it would be understandable.
He has alleged that Raila is doing well with over one million votes from the three counties alone. However, senior council Ahmed Nassir Abdulahi has told Mr Wehliye that imagining his own fantasies is not wishful thinking. Instead, the imagination can be compared to madness in its most virulent form.
In his response, Mr Wehliye has told Ahmed Nassir to wait and compare the results on the night of August 9th. He has assured him that Kiambu is going and there is no even contest in Nairobi county.
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