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Tight Race in Kiambu Women Representative seat

Post by : Ann Njambuya

Loise kim During a past event. she is vying for the women representative seat.

The battle to replace the current women representative for kiambu is gaining steam after a few bigwigs in the county declared their interest in the seat.

Kiambu county has been in the spotlight lately with the senate Majority chief whip hailing from the populous county and the president also hailing from the county. it is also the county where the jubilee government has failed terribly in clinching two parliamentary seats in a recent by election.

Some of the big names that have declared interest in the women representative position include renowned gospel singer Loise Kim, Famous marriage counsellor and motivation speaker Ann Wamurathaa, Former TNA chairperson Gladys Chania among others.

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The women representative seat is considered to be a stepping stone for most women leaders who after a stint in the position tend to vie for other position. the current incumbent has been silent on her political future with many political commentators predicting that she is considering the governor’s seat.

Ann Wamuratha is among the women vie for the women representative seat in the general election.
Renowned Marriage and Relationship Counsellor Ann Wamuratha.

The political scene in the whole Kiambu county is set to enjoy a raft of changes with new strong entrants declaring their political interests. so far there has been a lot of commotion on the governor’s seat as all the contestants are considered either politically mature or very well deep pocketed factors that play out majorly during a general election.

Other women leaders who have declared their interest in the seat include mama mwiko, Margaret njoki among others. It is true that the people of kiambu will have a tough choice to make as the campaign draw closer.

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