Kimunya Must Go, Kiambaa voters chase Majority Leader Amos Kimunya over voter bribery

National Assembly majority leader Amos Kimunya news


National Assembly majority leader Amos Kimunya on Thursday morning roughed up by voters for allegedly engaging in voter bribery.

The angry youths chanting "Kimunya must go" appeared embarrassed by the politician's existence in the polling station.


The assault on Amos Kimunya came in the wake of Gatundu MP Moses Kuria giving a warning to Denis Waweru, Amos Kimunya, Sabina Chege and Jude Njomo that they keep off the polling stations or else they would regret.




“Amos Kimunya, Dennis Waweru, Sabina Chege,Jude Njomo. We have been asked as politicians to keep off the polling Centres. IEBC and Police are unable to remove you. Get out of polling Centres or do not blame me.” Wrote Moses Kuria on his official Facebook wall.

The Kiambaa by-elections will be a do or die leading to unmasking the one controlling the mountain between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Samoei Ruto.


The by-election saw a conflict between backers of Uhuru Kenyatta’s candidate and William Ruto’s candidates over a venue a few days ago.

The Police in Kiambu county over the weekend discontinued two political events after it emerged that both the Jubilee and the UDA booked the venue on the same day.


Statements disclosed that both the Jubilee Party and the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) booked Karuri Primary School grounds in Kiambaa constituency on the particular day.

The Kiambaa seat came to be vacant after the death of the former member of parliament Paul Koinange

John Njuguna Wanjiku of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and Karuri Njama of Jubilee are set to square out for the Kiambaa MP seat today 15th July 2021.

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