The coming general election is now taking another shape as leaders continue to mobilize the voters to support their agenda. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Azimio La Umoja team today toured in Bungoma county where they held a rally.
According to the video which was shared on the social media platforms, Hon Ayub Savula revealed that the deputy president William Ruto led to the collapse Mumias sugar company. Hon Ayub Savula urged the residents of Bungoma county to stop electing leaders who will continue to steal money meant for poor people. According to his speech, he urged the residents of Bungoma county to support the orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga who has enough experience of leadership.
The rally was led by the orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga wvonis aspiring to be the president of our country in the coming general election. Let us maintain peace among each other during this time of campaign.
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