The 2022 general election is just around the corner with only 39 days remaining to the polls, major concern for Kenyans is the one who will be elected to take over from president Uhuru Kenyatta who is exiting office having served his two terms.
Today a section of Azimio One Kenya coalition party leaders led by Raila's running mate, Martha Karua they toured Kisii County to open Kisii violence center project which will support survivors to find justice. Sabina Chege, Ida Odinga together with several leaders under Azimio One Kenya coalition were among people who were present during the event.
Sabina Chege though her Facebook page account she has reacted to today's event by thanking Kisii residents for coming in large to attend the event which was led by Martha Karua and Ida Odinga.
Simba Arati and Gladys Wanga, two other ODM candidates for governor, were also acknowledged by Sabina Chege for their support during the ceremony. Given that individuals now have the opportunity to visit the Kisii gender-based violence center whenever they need assistance or support in accessing treatment, this must be welcome news to all Kisii citizens.
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