Kiambaa campaigns are on a higher gear with less than two weeks remaining before the by-election is held. A fierce contest is expected between Kariri Njama of Jubilee party and Njuguna Wanjiku of UDA party. The by-election will also be a litmus test for the big boys who are eyeing for the presidential seat in 2022.
On Monday 5th, women leaders who associate with the deputy president flocked Kiambaa to drum support for the UDA candidate. The Inua Mama group which is chaired by Kandara MP, Alice Wahome, hosted over 500 women drawn from Kiambaa where they vowed to support Njuguna in the upcoming by-election, as well as the deputy president in his quest for the presidential seat.
However, one lawmaker amazed the women after she revealed how much she loves Ruto. Garissa women representative, Anab Subow Gure, said that her love for William Ruto made her name the son after William Ruto. She added that her son is currently 2 years old and he is walking.
"My name is Anab Gure from Garissa but you can call me Mama Ruto. My love and support for the deputy president made me name my son as Ruto. He is now a big boy. Ruto is 2-years-old and he can walk. I know that even here in Kiambaa you love Ruto just like me," said the legislator.
Her sentiments electrified the gathering women as they cheered in support of her statement. Anab asked the residents to vote for the UDA candidate on 15th July.
Other vocal legislators also graced this event. Among the recognizable leaders included; Aisha Jumwa, Susan Kihika, Faith Gitau among others.
Inua Mama Legislators Celebrating After Garissa MP, Anab Gure, named her child after William Ruto.
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