Details emerging indicates that ODM party leader Hon Raila Odinga who's Azimio's presidential candidate has allowed president Uhuru Kenyatta to quit campaigns as one of his plans of gaining popularity in the country ahead of August general election.
It's now indicated that his next move is to use his running mate, Hon Martha Karua, to campaign in mount Kenya region. This means that Karua is expected to continue with vigorous campaigns in the mountain with the absence of ODM party leader.
This campaigns will be in charge of Jubilee party and not ODM party or even NARC Kenya party led by Hon Martha Karua.
Another plan is to include economy in their campaigns, just as what Kenya Kwanza team led by deputy president William Ruto has been doing in their campaigns.
All Azimio aspirants, right from MCA to president, will be involved in campaigns so as to easily gain popularity in the country.
They are also planning to roll out massive campaigns merchandise with Jubilee and Azimio slogans. This might be because of the believe that ODM is unsellable in mount Kenya region and they have decided to use Jubilee's slogans.
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