After Raila Odinga and William Ruto chose their running mates from the mount Kenya region, now all the eyes are on both of their running mates. Martha Karua has hit the ground running after being named the Azimio running mate. She has toured his home yard kirinyanga county, Meru county, Tharaka nithi and embu county.
Karua has been able to pull huge crowd during her rallies and this implies that Azimio has gained popularity after Raila named Karua as his running mate. A lot of Kenyans Kenyans has been weighing between Karua and Gachagua who will amarse more votes for their presidential candidates and here I have several reasons why Martha Karua will get majority of votes.
Martha Karua is more popular and experienced in politics than Gachagua. Karua has been in politics for a long time and she knows what the top seat requires of him. On the other hand Gachagua is not so much experienced in national politics since he has been member of parliament in Mathira.
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