NARC Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua who was recently announced as Raila's running mate has finally reacted after being heckled in various parts of mount Kenya region including her home county, Kirinyaga.
According to Hon Karua, the hecklers are being paid by their competitors because those politicians lacks way forward concerning the politics.
He has asked the hecklers to stop being used by politicians even if they are money hungry and instead asked those politicians to approach her in person.
"Ukiona mwanasiasa yeyote akitumia wafuasi wake kupiga kelele kwa mkutano ya wenyewe, jua hao ni watu hawana mwelekeo" said Hon Martha Karua.
"I know there's is hunger of money, but don't accept to do childish work because of money. Tell them to face me" she added.
Hon Karua is expected to continue popularizing Azimio in mount Kenya region which is believed to be a strong hold of deputy president William Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua.
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