Raila's running mate has disclosed on their plans upon being granted presidency seat. According to Martha Karua the Azimio coalition is looking forward to fight corruption in Kenya.While speaking during a live TV interview today, Karua emphasized that Raila Odinga and his government are ready to ensure proper distribution of funds to citizens.Indeed she revealed that anybody who will attempt to grab public funds shall face legal consequences.Moreover Karua revealed on their readiness to serve Kenyans diligently upon being granted the chance.Her message has however aroused varying opinions among Kenyans who have shared their comments via the social media platforms.
Indeed more political steam is expected prior to the August elections as political aspirants prepare to vie for leadership seats.Raila Odinga together with his running mate (Karua) has also started exploring various regions to mobilize on their motives.However what is your view regarding Martha Karua's optimism of fighting corruption in Kenya? Kindly share your comment.
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