The Kenya Kwanza coalition has continued to criticize Raila Odinga and Martha Karua after Raila selected Karua as his running mate. Today Aden Duale has come out to attack Martha Karua for engaging with Raila Odinga. Duale recalled when Martha Karua vied for presidency and lost. He went ahead to say that even Abdi Diida defeated her.
Duale argued that is is not the first time that Martha Karua is participating in the general elections. He remembered the number of voted she had received and asked the people of Mt Kenya not to be afraid of their pact.
"So nyinyi watu wa mlima msidanganywe. Ule mama ameletwa kidogo msidanganywe. Kwani ni mara ya Kwanza mama kusimama? Si mama mwenyewe amesimama akapata 43,000, akashindwa na Diida ambaye Kenya hajulikano? Ule Diida hakuwa na p.o.Box," Duale said as he criticized Martha Karua.
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