Thie comes a few days after Tangatanga spokesman, Dennis Itumbi, sent an invitation to some of Party's top leaders. Those who were invited through the facebook post included Defiant Kapseret Legislator Oscar Sudi, Millicent Omanga, Caleb Kositany, Blogger Don Kamau, Moses Kuria and Others.
So far a number of this invited guests have confirmed that they will attend. Nominated Senator Hon Omanga took to her social media account and challenged her supporters to accompany her.
Moses Kuria, Righati Gachagua and Kimani Ichungwa will be holding several campaigns as they head towards Gachie. They will be accompanied by their UDA candidate Hon John Wanjiku. See the screenshot below
On his early morning post, Controversial Don Kamau, has reminded Kenyans and urge them not to forget this event. "it's going down in the afternoon."
Gachie market is in Kiambaa Constituency. The function set to happen would be to try and drum up support for their flag bearer. Kiambaa residents will be holding their by-elections on July 15th. Jubilee and UDA are in competition.
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