The competition between president Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee part and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) the part allied to William Ruto in Kiambaa continues to intensify as the by - elections loom. Both parties are struggling to see who wins the hearts of the people and the winner here will show Kenyans who has the political muscle in the region, ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Jubilee part today yet again was on the limelight after they pitched tents last night on a venue UDA officials had booked for a finals football game. News reaching us this afternoon have it that top police officials in the region have been used to disrupt the UDA event after UDA members arrived ready to start the football tournament. The venue has since been locked and blocked by the police so that both parties do not have.
The move by Jubilee to use the police to their advantage attracted a backlash among UDA fans and this move may taint the image of the Jubilee Aspirant. Do you think UDA will beat Jubilee in Central region? Leave your opinion.
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