With few months remaining before August general election, United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Gubernatorial aspirant in Kiambu county, Hon Kimani Wamatangi, has took a move which is likely to lower popularity of Hon Moses Kuria who is also vying for the post using his Chama Cha Kazi party.
According to the report, Hon Kimani Wamatangi has unveiled his running mate who comes from Gatundu South Constituency, a home Constituency to Hon Moses Kuria.
This might leads to further division of votes in Kuria's Strong hold, a strategy that will greatly benefit Hon Wamatangi against Moses Kuria.
Wamatangi has named Hon Rosemary Njeri as his running mate. Rosemary is an Entrepreneur in Gatundu South.
Others who are vying for this top seat includes Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader Hon William Kabogo, Independent Candidate Hon Patrick Wainaina Jungle and the incumbent Governer Hon James Nyoro.
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