The Azimio flagbear Raila Odinga has embarked on a smarter campaign formula to tilt the scales in favour of Azimio in the Mount Kenya region. The influencial politician has today toured Gatundu in Kiambu to continue wooing voters ahead of the race. Raila was in the company of top Azimio leaders like Junet Mohamed, Hassan Joho, Martha Karua among other vocal leaders. During the mega rally MP Junet Mohamed castigated Ruto saying that they are aware of his plots to rig the election but he will fail miserably.
He said that Ruto is planning to interfere with the polls by going to Uganda then tick the ballot papers and then bring them to Kenya to stuff them in the ballot boxes. Lawyer Ahmednasir has reacted to his remarks and called on him. "Even by his usual standard, this is BABYISH." Ahmednasir told him. Ahmednasir believes that as a top leader in the Azimio camp he should rise to his standard and not act in a way that demean him.
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