Eight candidates will be facing off to capture the Kandara parliamentary seat.

Leaders in the UDA party have pitched camps in Kandara in the final push to woo residents to vote for the party candidate ahead of the scheduled Thursday by election.

The leaders led by Murang'a governor Irungu Kang'ata, Maragua member of parliament Mary Waithira and Betty Marina the county women representative rallied the residents to vote for Chege Njuguna as their next member of parliament.

The trio said voting for the UDA candidate will be reciprocating the goodness extended to the locals by president William Ruto for appointing two cabinet secretaries who hail from the area.

Kang'ata said Njuguna is a vibrant leader who has a huge potential and he will be able to deliver to the people of Kandara.

On her part Waithira exuded confidence that UDA will carry the day on Thursday pointing out that they have done intense campaigns for him.

She urged the residents to turn out in large numbers to vote for the UDA candidate adding that transport shall be provided for the elderly and those physically challenged.

The woman representative on her part said by retaining the seat, UDA will be able to retain the numbers at the national assembly as the party with the majority of elected leaders.

Maina said the numbers are crucial especially when it comes to discussing the government's agenda.

Njuguna, on his part promised to deliver quality leadership to the residents of elected.

He is hopeful of carrying the day and he urged the residents to support his bid to become the area member of parliament.

Eight candidates will be facing off to capture the Kandara parliamentary seat which was left vacant after the immediate former legislator Alice Wahome was appointed to the cabinet.

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