Kibu county residents gave Kiambu county governor James Nyoro a positive response while he's was trying to popularize Azimio and sell Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential bid. This clearly show that Raila's influence is increasing in Mt Kenya region.
In a video posted by a writer in his YouTube channel. The residents had attended the Azimio rally, the venue was full to the brim. Addressing the residents, Nyoro escalated his attack on Ruto saying that in a home with a Father and a father there's a big problem.
Nyoro went ahead and asked Kiambu residents to raise their hands and declare that they are supporting Azimio coalition? And they will stand with Martha Karua?
"Ukiona nyumba iko na baba na baba hiyo nyumba iko na shida. Before nikute hapa Martha Karua I want this people to declare that we are supporting Azimio movement. Na sisi tutashikilia Martha Karua. Chukueni mkono tumwonyeshe tuko azimio", says James Nyoro.
In quick response the residents raised their hands as they agreed to support Azimio coalition. They vowed to support Raila's 2022 presidential bid.
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