Azimio Receives huge boost from the Kenya Kwanza brigade after senetor Kindiki Kithure sends those heckling Azimio to stop. This means that the coalition received a plus in their quest since their spot in Central is deemed to be invisible since the inception of Martha Karua. Karua who represents the women in Kenya for the top job is camping in Central and Mount Kenya East to campaign for Azimio.
Raila who receives a small portion in Central gains momentum since the inception of Martha Karua. Kindiki has however urged the residents to allow the Azimio coalition to seek for votes in the region. He however urge the residents to allow them to give humble time in their quest for the top job.
“Insults and sponsoring chaos are retrogressive and primitive practices, and Kirinyaga is beyond that. We must oppose leaders corrupting the minds of our young people using cheap liquor and bhang as a means to political glory," says Kindiki. He was responding to Kenyans who heckled Azimio team in Central Kenya. The hired goons disrupted the coalition.
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