According to reports, Martha Karua is on a campaign rally in Kiambu county to popularize the Azimio coalition and also to give agenda to her people ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Martha Karua has been on a road trip rally for the past week in the Central region to interact with all kinds of people in the region and bid her agenda to them. Her campaigns began at her home ground in Kirinyaga county and she has been campaigning tirelessly.
Yesterday she was at Embu where she met thousands of Azimio supporters, she was not reluctant to ask the people of Embu to elect Raila Odinga as their president and her as the deputy. She expressed her confidence in helping them when she is elected.
Her journey in Mt.Kenya region has not been easy since she faces rejection at some point when people kept on chanting the UDA slogan and Ruto's name while she was addressing them. However, she remains focused and enthusiastic to serve the people of Kenya
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