The campaign trail for the August general elections have been well on. The two frontrunners in the race for the country's top job are crisscrossing the country, looking for votes. This is facilitated by their foot soldiers who make accurate and not-so-accurate comments about their rivals.
Today, Azimio la Umoja proponent Raila Odinga was in Nyeri county. He was attending the funeral service of the mother of Nyeri deputy governor Caroline Wanjiru Karugu. The service was held at Chaka Grounds, with a private interment at Nyaribo Grounds.
Raila took his time to refute claims by DP Ruto and his UDA followers that he (Odinga) is a project of President Uhuru. Odinga said that he is too big to be anyone's project. He said he is on a quest to unite the noble people of Kenya through his Azimio la Umoja movement.
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