Azimio La umiha running mate, Martha Karua has sent a special plea to those who are fond of heckling her during public rallies. The NARC-Kenya Party Leader while speaking in Narok County reinstated the need for each and every Kenyan to listen to her.
During Martha Karua's recent visits in Mt. Kenya region, she has encountered jeers and heckles from a section of the locals who are allegedly hired by her political opponents. She has now urged voters to give her a listening ear so that she can sell Azimio La Umona agenda which will transform the country.
@citizentvkenya Martha Karua: Kama hukubaliani nami, ni haki yako kuwa na maono tofauti lakini naomba mnipe tu sikio. Usipoteze kura kwa watu ambao hawaaminiki hata kwa vijiji vyao https://t.co/EaDK8BMI5D
Martha Karua further urged Kenyan not to vote for leaders who are not even trusted in their own villagers by their people. She seemed to be criticizing Kenya Kwanza Alliance's leadership who are their main competitors.
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