The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance politicians held a political rally in Kagio within Kirinyaga County in a bid to get more votes in the August general elections.During the rally,the crowd chanted William Ruto's name severally as honourable Junet Mohammed addressed the crowd.
Honourable Junet Mohammed caused the crowd to chant the deputy president's name severally during the rally as he drummed up support for Raila Odinga.He stated that Raila Odinga has been very helpful in the country whereby he has fought for Kenyans for many years.He added that Raila Odinga has brought democracy,multi party and devolution in this country.
While addressing the crowd,Junet Mohammed caused the crowd to chant "Ruto" severally whereby he alleged that William Ruto has taken land, fertilizer and maize that belongs to Kenyans.The crowd shouted Ruto's name when he asked on who is leading in corruption and who has affected the country's economy.
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