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"Watu Wangu Wako Wapi" Kieleweke MP From Mt Kenya Surprised By low Turn-up to His Meeting

With next year's General elections being less than ten months to be held, leaders who have shown interest to vie for any elective seat or to defeat his seat are crisscrossing their areas of interest if they are to win anything.

After the division of the Jubilee party into Kieleweke and Tangatanga factions, the party has lost support. The United Democratic Alliance party associated with Tangatanga is the newest top party. The party jas been receiving defectors from the Kieweke faction, Maragua Mp Hon Mary Wamaua being the latest.

And today, Kieni MP Hon Kanini Kega, a vocal Kieleweke MP spend the entire part of his afternoon with his electorates. However, according to the photos he shared on his Facebook page, his meeting was punctuated with low attendance.

"Watu wangu Wa Mashinani Wako wapi na Mbunge Wao! Interacting with Mungunda residents as we commissioned a newly flattened football pitch(awaiting planting of grass)," Hon Kega shared on his Facebook page.

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