Leaders campaigning for the Kiambaa candidate for the parliamentary seat that fell vacant after the death of the former Mp a few weeks ago took to the street to meet the residents today. They campaigned for their candidate for the better part of the day.
The strong UDA supporters pointed out that the residents were going to reap a lot of goodies by simply voting the Ruto man because he was going to work for them tirelessly. They added that he was a humble person and always ready to help.
They also added that UDA party was the most popular party in a number of parts in the country and therefore their candidate was destined to win. They told the residents not to consider backing other candidates because they were not ready to help them at all.
They finally urged the locals to turn up in number the day of voting as that was the only way they were going to make the UDA candidate ascend to power.
Attached is a video link of the UDA supporters speaking:
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