The NARC Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua who is also Azimio La Umoja running mate today continued with her campaigns in Kiambu County where he addressed the residents of Limuru Town. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the residents of Limuru Town came out in large number to welcome the first women to be nominated as the deputy president in the country.
According to her speech, she urged the residents of Limuru Town to support the orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga in the next general election. She continued by encouraging the youths to stop being used by some politicians so that they can heckle in her rallies.
Hon Martha Karua was also accompanied by several leaders who agreed to support her agenda in the next general election. They include the minister for agriculture Hon Peter Munya, Hon Sabina Chege, Hon Raphael Tuju, Kieni member of parliament Hon Kanini Kega among other leaders. Let us be keen while electing leaders in the next general election. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of campaign.
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