Uhuru’s Jubilee Party moves to recover lost ground

Opposition party Jubilee associated with former President Uhuru has mounted a campaign to regain ground it lost in the last elections.

The former ruling party has organised a series of town hall meetings across Mt Kenya region in an attempt to retrace its steps.

Capitalising on the disillusionment faced by the supponike air max 270 sale nfl shop buffalo bills jordan max aura 4 justin jefferson jersey yeezy boost 350 v2 black aguilas cibaeñas jersey nfl gear nfl shop buffalo bills custom youth nfl jersey yeezy boost 350 v2 black best male sex toys completini intimi molto sexy cheap jordans jordan max aura 4 jordan proto max 720rters of the ruling coalition Kenya Kwanza supporters in Mt Kenya, Jubilee hopes the people who left it for President Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA) will “return home.”

The campaign that is appropriately named “Operation Rudi Nyumbani” is luring UDA supporters who feel shortchanged by the current regime to re-join Jubilee.

President Ruto rode to office through a wave created by his aggressive campaign that promised to reduce the cost of living and a more transparent government.

However the opposite has happened with all items, goods and services witnessing a steep rise in prices.

The highest hike has been on fuel prices that has rose by more than 30% in the last one year and sparkng a spiral effect on all other commodities.

Sections of UDA supporters in Mt Kenya have publicly expressed their shock at the turn of events, saying life had become harder.

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