After a dramatic day yesterday, where Kiambaa parliamentary aspirant Kariri Njama was denied the party's ticket, the famous politician and close Uhuru Ally has made some major announcements.
According to kariri, the decision to deny him the jubilee party ticket was uncalled for and unfair.
Njama has alleged that the current Kiambu Governor James Nyoro had something to do with the decision that saw his rival, get the certificate.
Nevertheless, Kariri has made some interesting moves, according to him he has officially resigned from Jubilee and will also be vying for the Kiambaa parliamentary seat on an independent party ticket.
The move by the parliamentarian comes at the backdrop of similar accusations by politicians who were denied the party ticket yesterday.
Currently, leaders who failed to obtain nomination certificates have vowed to go ahead and contest independently.
More political dramas are expected around the country after today's nomination deadline at 12.
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