Big win and jubilation in Azimio one Kenya Alliance coalition as popular leaders are set to join the coalition. Raila Odinga popularity has been increasing rapidlly in Trans Nzoia county while Deputy president William Samoei Ruto popularity has decreased rapidly. Many leaders exited United Democratic Alliance party.The Democratic Action Party's attitude gave the Azimio La Umoja marketing campaign a wonderful sign in advance of the country wide elections.
Three UDA governorship applicants in the Trans Nzoia Province have joined the Azimio La Umoja aspect and recommended Natembeya as the brand new governor of the Trans Nzoia Region, in line with internet sources.
The 3 are Philemon Samoei, Julia Kichwen, Teresa Meti, and Simon Mutai. This is fantastic information for DAP Party presidential candidate George Natembeya and Azimio La Umoja's presidential candidate Raila Odinga, because they're both candidates. Raila's candidate, Azimio La Umoja motion , will be canvassing for Raila. Share and remember to comment.
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