It is only a few days before the eagerly awaited August general election. With that in mind, Leaders traverse every part of the nation to sell their agenda to the people of the republic of Kenya. Having toured Machakos and Uasin Gishu County yesterday, the Azimio One Kenya brigades today took their campaigns to Kisii vote rich county in the former Nyanza province where they are expected to sell their agenda to the people of Kisii.
Considered as Raila Odinga's strong hold county, the Azimio One battalions were received by mammoth of crowd who were eagerly waiting to hear their agenda to them. Also in their company was Steven Kalonzo Musyoka who recently announced his unwevaring support to Raila--- Martha Karua ticket.
Kisii County leaders who are supporting Raila Odinga's presidential bid including but not limited to Governor James Ongwae, Sam Ongeri, Janet Ongera who is the current Kisii county Women representative and Simba Arati just to mention a few, were also in attendance. It is now just await and see if all these crowd will translate into votes come August general election. Here is a link of how they were warmly received.https://youtu.be/jjLXVUPCTfc
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