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Ferdinand Waititu ‘Baba yao’ spearheads Jubilee campaigns Kiambu

  By Isacc Kiti 


The jubilee political campaigns for seeking re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta were on Sunday pushed a notch higher in Kiambu County when Ferdinand Waititu commonly known to as ‘Baba Yao’ led a roadshow rally tour in Thika town and its suburbs to remind their supporters to turn up in large numbers to vote again for Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure that he becomes the president and retains his seat.

Ferdinand Waititu emphasized on the need for people of Kiambu-Kiganjo ward to vote again for the president Uhuru Kenyatta to facilitate development projects that have been started to reach to completion adding that this time round Raila must go home with a knock out of ten million votes.

Speaking in Kiganjo one of suburbs of Thika town, Paul Wamatangi the senator for Kiambu urged the residents to show their loyalty to the president by ensuring a hundred percent voter turnout by ensuring people do not come to vote alone but also they also bringing their relatives, friends and those that did not vote in the August 8 elections. “We know we have the numbers therefore we should come up in great numbers even those registered to vote in Thika but stay in Muranga county tell them we shall provide a means to get them to vote,” Mr. Wamatangi said.

Thika town MP Engineer Patrick Wainaina who trounced Alice Ng’ang’a in August 8 elections assured Kiganjo locals that road is being constructed and still more is to come from Jubilee government so their votes are the only thing needed to make things happen after court nullified Uhuru Kenyatta’s win.

Among those in attendance included women representative Hon. Gathoni wa Muchomba, and member of county assemble for Kiganjo ward hon. Andrew N. Muhu other grass roots leaders.



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