As the Kiambaa constituency, By-election gets nearer and nearer political leaders are organizing the campaigns to capture the hotly contested seat.
And now details have emerged that the Inua Mama movement which was driven by woman leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto is back. The Movement today will be at Kiambaa Constituency to promote women. Inua Mama Movement was used to empower women and girls across the country.
Their move is seen as a way of drumming up support for United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate Njuguna Wanjiku for the much anticipated 15th July Byelection
The UDA Candidate will battle out with Jubilee party candidate Kariri Njama. The Kiambaa By-election will be used as a litmus test for UDA Party ahead of the 2022 General Election while the Jubilee party will be using the outcome to make decisions after a recent defection from the party.
What are your thoughts on Kiambaa By-election? Which party will carry the day? Share your opinion in the comments section.
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