Veronicah Maina has informed that when it comes to the Kiambaa polls even though they have their candidate, their opponent who is a Jubilee Candidate is not an easy person to face off informing supporters to remain strong.
According to the UDA Secretary-General, she has pointed out that even though the competition is stiff, they still have high hopes that they will win the seat.
"We know we are facing a worthy opponent. However, we shall stop at nothing to ensure we deliver the seat for our party,” UDA Secretary-General Veronica Maina said as quoted by the Standard.
Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega and who is among those campaigning for the Jubilee candidate Kariri Njama in the Kiambaa mini polls has informed that they are sure they will win alleging that they have already won 70 percent of the region's votes.
The close ally to President Uhuru has said that they will continue campaigning until the last day informing their opponents to brace themselves for a tough competition.
"We have about 70 percent on our side and want to push it to 80 percent by the time constituents go to the polls. We are not leaving Kiambaa until the very last day,” the MP said.
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