Azimio- One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga and his Azimio brigades today, led coalition campaigns in Turkana County to urge the pastoralist community to rally behind Azimio political vehicle in readiness for August 9th general elections, just 18 days to the poll.
During the rally at Kakuma chants fill the air with deputy president William Ruto name taking the show for few minutes before things went on smoothly as scheduled.
In a viral video shared by Junet Mohamed in his Facebook page this evening, Ruto, Ruto, Ruto chants fills the air when he was addressing the crowd amid vote hunt.
In the video, Junet is heard asking the residents quick response question about who has done good for Kenyans between deputy president William Ruto and Azimio- One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
To start with, Hon Junet Mohamed asked, "Nani ametetea wakenya? Nani ameleta katiba mpya? Nani amepigania ugatuzi? With residents chanting back with Raila! Raila.
He then asked, "nani amukula mahindi? Nani ameleta ufisadi, nani amekula mashamba, mwizi ni nani? As crowd chant back with Ruto! Ruto!
Importantly, Junet Mohamed remarks are treated political especial at this heightening political period in considerations that Deputy President William Ruto is Raila's main competitors in race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, hence the remarks has to treated political.
He went further to ask resident to come out in large number and vote in Raila Odinga- Martha Karua ticket for resounding victory of over 70%. "Uchaguzi hii venye mnajua baba atashinda na over 70%. Azimio pia itakuwa na wabunge wengi na Senators." He Said.
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