With just a few days remaining to the D-day of the Kiambaa constituency by-election , leaders are now rushing to have no stone left unturned .The By-election will see Jubilee candidate compete against UDA party candidate .
Besides it is also evident that the parties are going to use the election to measure their political strength and influence ahead of the much anticipated 2022 general elections .The deputy president who is linked to the newly revamped UDA party will be seeking to ascertain his influence in the region .
However , it appears that Jubilee party have now been divided as chief campaigners have started pointing fingers at each other . According to a popular blogger ,Gerald Bitok , Dr James Nyoro has accused his jubilee counterpart of hijacking Kiambaa campaigns.
Dr James Nyoro
His post attracted alot of reactions .Here are some of their comments.
"The tower of Babel will ultimately come down ", James posted.
"It will end in premium tears", Hilary Yegon posted.
"When the boat is about to capsize , such sentiments are much more", Jimmy Gateru posted .
What is your view on this By-election ? Drop your comment.
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