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Kiambu Residents Chant 'Tumechoka' after What MP Kuria said on Their Competitors

The presidential campaigns have hit a fever pitch as the frontrunners traverse the nation in search of support to bolster their chances in the forthcoming election.

Kenya Kwanza team today divided into groups as they intent to cover a vast area campaigning for their presidential candidate William Ruto.

Some headed to Kitui County economic forum at Matinyani Grounds, Kitui West Constituecy which was led by Hon Musalia Mudavadi, Amason Kingi, Alfred Mutua, Jonathan Mueke, MCAs and a host of aspirants.

MP Moses Kuria on the other hand took Kenya Kwanza campaign trails in Kiambu county. He was in the company of area MCAs and other aspirants allied to his Chama Cha Kazi party.

Kuria is contesting against Tujibebe party leader William Kabogo, Kimani Wamatangi (UDA) and James Nyoro, who is defending his seat under Jubilee party.

Kuria, while addressing residents in Ruiru, fired at Wamatangi, Kabogo and governor Nyoro informing that Kiambu needs a fresh leader.

Kuria accused Nyoro of giving handouts to people. He promised to bring fresh water, hospitals if elected. This prompted the crowd to chant 'tumechoka' revealing that they were tired of recycling politicians.

" Mimi nashindwa na wale tunashindana nao, tulikua na Kabogo akakula pesa, tukapea Wamatangi kazi achunge mali yetu na ajenge hospitali. Badala ya kufanya hivo akatumia watu pesa kwa simu. Mwingine ni Nyoro, mimi nauliza ukiwa na mtoto analia unaweza kupatia Nyoro?" Kuria said.

Watch the video below from 4.3- 5.2 minutes.


The other Kenya Kwanza team rallied Turkana county drumming support for Ruto's bid. They were led by Moses Wetangula, Governor Nanok, MP Aden Duale, John Lodepe and aspirants Ekusi Lore, Protus Akuja, Joseph Emathe Namuar, Wily Justus, Tony Nasia, Cecilia Asinyen, Benedict Lokamar, and a host of MCAs.

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