Raila Odinga's running mate, has advised the leaders of the Azimio team that they need not fear campaigning for Raila Odinga and instead promote him without fear.
In response to Martha Karua's request, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui stated that he will mobilize all the Azimio leaders in Nakuru to promote the Azimio bid in every area of the large county. They add
that they are confident that adopting the plan will have a significant impact on Raila Odinga's quest for the state legislature.
We have shifted into a higher gear; we will go door-to-door in every town and village to sell our agenda. We are optimistic that we will prevail, "stated Kinyanjui."
Raila Odinga is on record assuring contending leaders who lose while campaigning for him that they will be paid for their efforts.
"There will be possibilities for everyone. We must achieve a win-win outcome. Therefore, if you are not elected as a representative or governor, you will have a role in the future. Odinga promised, "Let's stay in the movement."
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