Some few days ago, the Narc-kenya party leader hon Martha Wangari Karua, one of the most famous women leaders in Kenya made a decision to join Azimio La Umoja. This happened at Serena Hotel where hon Karua was welcomed to Azimio vehicle by the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga and other top officials in Azimio.
Now, today, hon Karua ce out to respond to One Kenya Kwanza ally who linked her to BBI which was being spearheaded by Raila Odinga and other Azimio leaders. On her response, hon Karua refuted the claims of this person who had said that Karua has joined BBI team which she used to oppose some times back. Karua told this man to make and justify his choices.
Some people had come out to claim that hon Karua might be offered the prime minister's seat in Azimio after the elections incase she will not be made to be Raila Odinga's running mate. However, Hon Martha Karua has maintained that she will still vie for Kirinyaga county's gubernatorial seat using her Narc-Kenya party.
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