President uhuru Kenyatta has toured Mombasa county. He's launching several projects. Trying to popularize Azimio coalition, selling Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential bid. This happens as Raila Odinga holds Azimio mega rally in Kisumu county.
In a video posted online, president Uhuru Kenyatta made several stopovers interacting with the residents. He allegedly warned them not to vote for leaders who are moving around the country lying to the innocent kenyans for a favor of votes. He advised the residents to vote for Team Azimio coalition. Raila Odinga and Martha Karua are the most trustworthy, honest and truthful leaders.
On the other hand, Tononoka grounds is full to the brim. The Mombasa residents have flocked and flooded to the grounds. The excited residents are eargly waiting for deputy president William Ruto. Who is expected to hold a KKA mega rally in Tononoka grounds. Ruto's Chants and hustler nation slogans have filled in the air in Mombasa.
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