Kiambu County residents on Thursday exercised their democratic rights by voting for their preferred candidates in the Juja by-elections parliamentary seat that was declared vacant following the death of Munyua Waitutu.
Basing on the recent data making round on social media, Gatundu East Moses Muria, George Ndung'u is so close to victory as results from different polling stations continue to trickle in.
The tallying process was temporarily put to a halt after chaos that erupted last night.
People's Empowerment Party Candidate is currently leading with over 8000 votes followed by the Late MP Waitutu's wife Susan Njeri who vied on Jubilee party.
In his statement on social media, Kihari Constituency Ndindi Nyoro allied to Tangatanga has noted that it's done and dusted, adding that the deep state should respect the will of people.
If the Juja by elections is anything to go by, then Mt Kenya people have decided to take a new path different from that of their kingpin. This simply alludes that they no longer have trust in their kingpin which should raise his eyebrows.
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