Hon Kariri Njama, who is the Jubilee party Candidate continued on Monday morning to interact with the kiambaa residents in attempt to solidify his votes base as By-election approaches. (Courtesy photo)
According to his Monday morning post, he greeted the great people of kiambaa, and believed that the Almighty God has taken good care of them and their loved ones throughout the last night.
Perhaps, he gave them a polite reminder that only 17 days are left to the Kiambaa By-election. He then asked them humbly to vote for him in that day so as to work for them as he used to do so before.
He stressed that their Votes on 15th July shall determine their developments in the area and the future of their children. He then wish all them a blessed week ahead.(Courtesy photo)
It's remembered that Kariri Njama is facing a steep competition from a youthful UDA Candidate Hon John Nguguna Wa Wanjiku, who is also being supported by Hustlers Nation team. (Courtesy photo)
However, the jubilee brigades led by Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu exuded a lot of hope that jubilee Party's Candidate shall emerge victorious at the end.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, Majority of them prayed for him to win in the forthcoming By-election. These are some of their reactions:
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