Kiambaa's victory to United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party has stirred political tussle in both Kieleweke and TangaTanga camps. The victory came as a surprise to the Jubilee party which had promised residence to win with the landslides. However, their ambitions were halted with the UDA.
Kieleweke allies from Mount Kenya have been undergoing nightmares after realizing that the hustler movement is ravening the region.
Amid this conflict, Mount Kenya leaders are set to have a cruising meeting that might allegedly rescue the region as we approach the next general elections. According to the Nation Africa News, Mount Kenya leaders have expressed their determination to ensure the region maintains a formidable common front in the elections scheduled for August next year.
These are some of the moves by the region to protect the UDA and DP Ruto in getting full support from the region. They have in unison agree to vote as a block in the next year's general elections.
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