Nairobi County Women Representative Esther Passaris on Monday embarked on a door to door campaign in Kibra to woo residents to vote in the Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) party candidate Bernard Imran Okoth.
Accompanied by a group of females donning ODM branded t-shirts, the women rep and her team traversed various parts of Kibra to drum up support for Imran.
In pictures making rounds on social media, Passaris was captured in Matatus, markets, streets among other places interacting with residents.
The women rep expressed optimism that the ODM candidate will clinch the seat come Thursday, November 7, the day set for the by-election.
“A day well spent on the streets of Kibra interacting with constituents ahead of Thursday’s by-election.
The door to door campaigns comes a day after the ODM party held a mega rally at Woodley ground, Kibra.
ODM leader Raila Odinga on Sunday led a team of leaders from across the political divide in wooing Kibra residents to vote in Imran.
Governors Anne Waiguru(Kirinyaga), Alfred Mutua(Machakos) Kivutha Kibwana(Makueni) and Charity Ngilu(Kitui) were also present.
The leaders urged voters to vote in the ODM candidate saying Imran represented the Handshake deal between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Nasa leader Raila.
On the other hand, Amani National Congress(ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi led his team at a final public rally at DC ground, Kibra, on Monday to drum up support for Eliud Owalo.
Also, Deputy President William Ruto, on Sunday, led his brigade in campaigning for their candidate McDonald Mariga at DC ground.
The campaigns for Kibra by-election came to an end on Monday at 6 pm as directed by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC).
More than 20 candidates were cleared by the IEBC to contest for the seat.