On Monday, women leaders from five wards of the Kiambaa Constituency held a meeting and vowed to drum support for the United Democratic Alliance party candidate John Njuguna Wanjiku ahead of the July 15 by-elections.
In presence was Kandara MP Alice, Jubilee nominated Senator Millicent Omanga, Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa among others.
During her speech, Jumwa stated that it was time that the party proves its muscles in the Tuesday by-elections, as it seeks to floor Jubilee aspirant Kariri Njama.
She was forced to pause her speech after Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro made his way to the meeting venue as the women rose with ululations and praises as they welcomed him for the meeting.
Despite trying in vain to continue her speech before Nyoro took a sit, Jumwa had no other option but to join in, in welcoming the vocal Tanga Tanga counterpart who took a seat at the front row.
Jumwa concluded her speech with celebrations from the crowd after affirming that it was time to show Jubilee party that UDA has the power to make it to parliament.
Watch the speech here.
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