Kiambaa constituency went back to the elections after the untimely demise of the area parliamentarian Paul Koinange.
In the past few months, the ruling Jubilee party and the deputy president's UDA party have camped in the region hunting votes for their respective candidates.
Though chaotic scenes were witnessed in the morning, police officers and IEBC officials managed to return come into the affected polling stations.
Talking to the media, Jubilee party followers namely Kiunjuri, And Mp Sabina Chege have addressed the media showing confidence that their candidate Kariri will beat UDA party candidate Njuguna wa Wanjiku Hands down.
Jubilee is showing more confidence in the race after a humiliating loss in the juja by Elections.
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Lweis... The results will come out and we will see who is saying the truth between chege and kega and this round UDA will win in kiambaa .
Ezeulu... Of course, even Dr Kaluyu was very confident of winning by bigger margin on 8-8-017.
How it ended, I don't know.
Mugo... I don't trust the level of confidence in these people even when vote counting has not kicked off 🤷🤷
Kipkoech... The final outcome won't have much impact on the lives of kiambaa residents after all it is just representation
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