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Moses Kuria's Kiambaa Strategy Backfires as Kenyans "Fire Shots" Over Post

Gatundu South Constituency Member of Parliament Moses Kuria's infrastructural strategy backfired ahead of the highly expected Kiambaa by-election after Kenyans slammed him over post.

Kuria is among the frontline politicians drumming up support for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party candidate John Njuguna Wanjiku ahead of the mini poll slated for July 15.

In his new campaign strategy, the outspoken legislator took to social media a request where he asked friends of good will to come out and offer support toward the rehabilitation of Gachie road in Kiambaa Constituency.

According to the PEP leader, he has penned that his allies are planning to hire 500 young people to help in the repair of the road and that he requested for donations of construction materials which included stones and murram.

However, the lawmaker's strategy has received shocker from Kenyans who disputed that the road has since been turned into a political tool and has never been fixed once and for all.

From the mixed reactions, it has appeared that Gachie Road has long been anticipated to be rehabilitated, something that has triggered angry debate online.

In other comments, Kenyans have disputed with Kuria's campaign tool as some indicated that they're in to support Jubilee Party candidate Kariri Njama while rejecting the idea of donations as shown below.

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