Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga has today met with women delegates at Catholic University of Eastern Africa Nairobi.
ODM leader Raila Odinga has today met with a delegate of women from various sectors in the country at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, to hear issues and how he is likely going to solve them upon his election to presidency in upcoming 2022 general elections.
During the meeting, one of the famous women hawkers in the City popular known as Mama Njugu posted a tough question to the former Prime Minister, as she asked him to assure her whether the upcoming 2022 general elections is going be peaceful unlike the previous polls.
Mama Njugu argued that it usually becomes hard for her to move around hawking her groundnuts during electioneering period, due to high political temperatures therefore this time round she wants the election to be peaceful so that he can able to move around all the slums, urging people not to fear any violence because Raila will be around to prevent it.
"Baba yetu Raila tunekupenda sana na hakuna mwingine kama wewe Africa mzima. Sisi tuko na shida kubwa sana wakati wa uchaguzi kwa mitaa yetu ya vitongoji duni. Usiku inakaanga mchana na mchana inakua kama usiku hakuna amani. Ninakuomba unihakikishie kama hii uchaguzi ya 2022 itakua sawa. Mimi nitatembee mitaa ya Kawangware, Korogocho na Kibera kuambia watu wasibebe vitu kwenda ushago maana Baba yuko." She said.
Video link: https://www.facebook.com/TheODMParty/videos/998091504081828/?app=fbl.
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