Politicians seeking election to any position are busy touring across their target districts to broaden their support bases as the August elections near. Several political candidates have gone to unusual lengths to sway voters in their favor.
Hon Peter Kihungu, the UDA's parliamentary candidate for the Kangema constituency, surprised mourners today when he paid a visit to the family of Jeremiah Wajumbi, who was laid to rest."I went to condole with the friends and family of Jeremiah Wajumbi in Wanjerere.Maythe almighty God comfort you at this difficult times" He posted
In photos posted to Kihungu's Facebook page, the aspirant can be seen digging the grave. Several people may argue that this is what most candidates for public office do during election season.Hon Muturi Kigano, a Kangema Member of Parliament, was denied a Jubilee party ticket to defend his seat when the party elected to use opinion surveys showing George Kibuku ahead of Hon Kigano.
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