After receiving the majority of the votes from Mount Kenya, the United Democratic Alliance has come out to mock the president, Uhuru Kenyatta. Although the accounting process is still ongoing, UDA is leading in the Mount Kenya region and is optimistic that they will continue to lead.
Political analyst Peter Kagwanja, who was a member of the Jubilee Party and sought the senatorial seat for Muranga but has left the race, has reiterated at several points that he warned Jubilee Honchos.
Peter Kagwanja revealed that he warned Jubilee politicians about the coming wave of the United Democratic Union Party, but was told the system was working well in favor of Jubilee and himself problem.
According to Peter Kawgwanja, he revealed that the chicken has now returned home to sleep after reports said the majority of politicians elected from the United Democratic Union Party and those with a Jubilee Party ticket did not. retain their political seats.
"I warned Jubilee Honchos about the coming UDA avalanche. They informed SYSTEM that Jubilee was fine except me as a problem. NOW THE CHICKEN HAS BEEN BEAUTIFUL! “, Read a statement from Kagwanja
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