Deputy President is on a vote hunting mission across the country.He has scaled up his efforts to make sure that he bags as much votes as possible.This time,the former ODM pentagon member is set to battle it out with Raila Odinga whom he was with in the pentagon team.Key grounds such as Coast,western,Nairobi and others are turning out to be battlegrounds.
The Kenya Kwanza alliance is traversing the country to make sure that it bags as much votes as possible.Yesterday,the team was in Tononoka grounds for another mega rally.This comes a few days after Rigathi Gachagua touring Nakuru county.
While in Nakuru county,Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui told electorates to be worry with Gachagua.He said that Gachagua owed Central kenya residents an apology for mistreating them when he was a D.O in Nakuru.However,Rigathi himself said that he did not work in Nakuru.This has seen Kinyanjui claim that the team mentioned his name 28 times while in Nakuru rally.Below is the reoorted claim:
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