Nakuru Senator, Susan Kihika accompanied by the paucity of leaders allied to her has today traversed different areas in Nakuru county rallying locals to not only support her Gubenotorial bid but also Deputy President William Ruto's presidential bid. Where she received a heroic welcome.
Day after Azimio la umoja Movement designate deputy President, Martha Karua had also held rallies in the region in Marche and Likia areas.Rallying residents to support Azimio la umoja chief, Raila Odinga's presidential bid.
Senator Susan Kihika toured Lanet ward and the Kabatini area. Where she held a successful rally, that turned heroic as hundreds of residents turned up in large numbers to grace the event. That also saw Bahati Member of Parliament glamour.
Below are the photos;
Photos: A well-attended rally of Senator Susan Kihika in Nakuru county.
Note that Nakuru county is perceived to be DP Ruto's turf. Hence such a warm reception towards Senator Kihika was to be expected.
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