Azimio La Umoja running mate Martha Karua has today sent Kenya Kwanza a warning after it emerged that they were planning to disrupt their meeting,while addressing residents of Mathira this evening,Karua claimed that a section of leaders affiliated to Deputy President were planning to cause mayhem but its unfortunate that they were not intimated and proceeded with their rally as planned.
Martha Karua further claimed that they are only competitors but not enemies and they should campaign with freedom in every corner,Azimio La Umoja caravan today toured Rigathi Gachagua back yard drumming up support for their Presidential Candidate,Karua further claimed that she is certain that their coalition will emerge victorious in the coming general elections.
Deputy President William Ruto has on several occasions claimed that his coalition is the most preferred,but since picking Rigathi Gachagua as his running their popularity has sinking,Gachagua pick has been criticised by a section of Mt Kenya leader's.
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