The political temperatures are rising in the country as the race to various political seats enters its climax.
The much-anticipated manifesto launch of the Kenya Kwanza has been the talk of social media. The Azimio coalition leaders have been criticizing the Kenya kwanza, claiming they have nothing new to offer.
Kitui county governor has taken to her Twitter handle where she took a swipe at the deputy president.
Hon Charity Ngilu has allegedly claimed that the deputy president will be in town today to sell his grand promises with no results.
She has been blasting the deputy president on every move since joining the Azimio leader, Raila Odinga.
If the deputy president wins in August, will he deliver on the promises he will make today?
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