Mariga talking to voters in Kiambaa today [Photo|Courtesy]
Mariga was forced to remove his cap after the overwhelmed youths continued to shout his name when he took the microphone to address them.
He asked the voters to elect the UDA candidate as they(UDA and their supporters) prepare to form the next government with DP William Ruto.
"Tarehe kumi na tano ni nani?" He posed as supporters shouted Wanjiku's name in reply.
"As youths, we ask you to vote Wanjiku as your next MP as we prepare to form the next government," he said leaving the crowd gasping for more.
Overwhelmed crowd cheering at Mariga in Kiambaa [Photo|Courtesy]
Mariga has been so silent since loosing the Kibera parliamentary seat to ODM's Nimran Okoth in a by election. He vied through a UDA ticket and is expected to make a second stab for the same seat in the 2022 election.
The campaigns were also attended by other UDA allies including Ndindi Nyoro, Moses Kuria among others.
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