Martha Karua is proving to be a determined lady in the Azimio La Umoja train, having been named the Azimio Deputy flag bearer just a few days ago. Raul Karua has been rallying in favor of Baba (Raila Odinga) by conducting a series of rallies in his home region of Mount Kenya. Early this morning, Martha Karua, together with President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto, had a day-breakfast meeting at the Safari Park Hotel, after which she traveled to Nyandarua County.
Raila Odinga is hosting another huge rally for Azimio in Bumala Busia county at the same time as Karua's Nyandarua trip. Karua used her time in Nyandarua to address the people of Kipipiri and Miharati, urging them to rally behind Azimio flag bearer Raila Odinga, as he is the one with the most important agenda for Kenyans. According to Punchline Africa Tv, inhabitants of Nyandarua turned out in big numbers to receive their own(Martha Karua), the crowd was overwhelmed, and this is convincing indication that the mountain region is no longer in the UDA zone.
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