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Things Get Tough For Martha Karua As She Receives Bad News From Kirinyaga

The struggle for presidential supremacy is sweeping the nation, and leaders are reorganizing in an effort to forge a unified front in front of the general elections in 2022. There are millions of people in Kenya who are sick of the leaders they have right now, and the people want new leaders who will make things better rather than worse.

The work that President Uhuru Kenyatta has done across the country has been outstanding, and the people of Kenya are anxiously anticipating what will take place after he leaves office in 2022. After the messy elections in 2017, which left the country divided, with some promising to take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto, the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon. Raila Odinga has really united the country. The handshake took place in the Oval Office.

The result of this was the formation of the Azimio La Umoja Team, which has since grown and is making politics more difficult. Martha Karua's campaign has taken a significant hit as a result of the rejection of the zoning of leaders by aspirants for office in Kiambu County. The elections are drawing closer quickly, and tension is rising among Kenyans.

This comes at a time when political tensions are running high across the board in all of the coalitions, and every party is searching for a means to win large in the general elections that are scheduled to take place on August 9.

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