During the Jubilee Kariri campaign launch in Kiambaa constituency yesterday, many people came out to witness the launch as they celebrated the Jubilee candidate for Kiambaa constituency seat hon Njama. The campaign launch was attended by Jubilee MPs and those who support the party.
It has been alleged that the Hustler nation supporters have complained that the pictures which were shared on social media were not from Kiambaa but they were pictures which were taken in the old days back in 2013 and 2017 Jubilee campaigns.
Nyeri town member of parliament has come out saying that back in 2013 and 2017, there was no use of masks. The photos shared showed people with masks which means that the photos shared were from Kiambaa.
Can it be true that UDA has just sensed defeat in the coming Kiambaa constituency by election and they are finding an excuse? What are your thoughts. Will UDA party win or Jubilee will prove it strength in its home region? Leave your opinion under the comment section below.
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