Jubilee Party politician Kariri Njama who was the face of jubilee in Kiambaa Parliamentary seat has dismissed reports that he met Deputy President William Ruto after losing to UDA’s John Njuguna Wanjiku.
In a statement released today, Njama noted that the reports are fake news, adding that some people have created fake accounts and are using them to spread fake information.
The candidate who lost in the by-election also took issue with a message from Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria claiming that he (Njama) had conceded defeat.
In a Facebook post on Saturday, Kuria claimed that he had talked to Njama, and they agreed to set up a meeting together with Wanjiku for the two leaders to agree on how to work together for Kiambaa residents.
Here’s the post:.
According to Njama, Kuria’s remark together with those of many other claiming that he’s conceded defeat are false, adding that he is working towards ensuring that justice prevails.
Good morning my people…Yaani hawachoki na hizi fake news and accounts??? They are even saying I have met with the DP… Guys ignore all the propaganda as we wait for justice to prevail. I remain unbowed. God bless you all and have a n amazing week ahead..” he posted.