It is only 12 months to 2022 general polls, as clocks ticks many political leaders are on runs switching their political allegiance to new ones for their political survival in coming months as they seek to defend their seats from new entrants. Others are seeking for their comeback after they failed to catch up with 2017 polls that send them to cold for 5 years.
Kariri Njama was Jubilee candidate in Kiambaa by- election that was concluded 3 weeks ago, he lost election in a hotly contested race to United Democratic Alliance party candidate John Njuguna by a margin of 510 votes.
On Sunday Kariri Njama has taken a drastic move by endorsing Deputy President William Ruto in 2022 Presidential race via United Democratic Alliance party, a political machine that is making its inroads to inner parts of the country. Njama's decision to support Dp Ruto was in accordance to series of meetings he has held with his insiders and members of UDA in his constituency.
" I Hon. Kariri Njama have changed political party and I will be campaigning for Deputy President William Ruto as 5th President of Kenya under United Democratic Alliance party. This was after series of meeting with my colleagues from my party and UDA party members, " Kariri Njama.
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