Presidential bigwigs have been on acclimatization knuckle downs to inure the escalated political temperatures brought by the six months nose to mouth narrow down to the August 9th general elections. The two arch rivals Deputy president William Ruto and The ODM supremo Raila Odinga are on lift ups to lure voters and cordon various region under their umbrella.
The chief hustler has in the past enjoyed massive support from politicians and electorates in Mount Kenya (the county's hugest voting block). This however, seems to be lowered back to equilibrate with the Azimio La Umoja gains, after Odinga's campaigns and endorsements in the region.
Among the Odinga minions in the region is Muranga women representative Sabina Wanjiru Wa Chege, who has come out to declare her loyalty and confidence in Odinga's ascension to the next commander in chief.The beautiful law maker has not just drum up support for Odinga's bid In Muramga alone, but also across the hills and valleys of this nation.
She today took her voter registration campaigns to Vihiga county, in a move to consolidate Odinga's votes in his delineated stronghold.
The Muranga beauty took it to her official facebook page to share pictures of her interaction with Vihiga residents amidst her sensitization, with a caption insinuating the come back of Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) that was dubbed reggae by Odinga. This comes after a fight put up by DP Ruto's affiliated lawyers, on the BBI for being unconstitutional and a project steered at benefiting few influential individuals.
This however might be a literal caption based from the picture of the law maker in a bodaboda surrounded by lovers of reggae music, eminent from the colours dabbed on their attires and the Jamaican flagHere are part of the responses from Kenyans on the highlight photo of the law maker sitting on the motorbike.
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