Kiambu governor James Nyoro urged the residents of Kiambu county to vote for Raila Odinga as president in 2022 during yesterday's tour in Kiambu county. The residents happily joined up the movement and accepted governor Nyoro's request to stand with Raila as the next president of the republic of Kenya.
Governor Nyoro reminded the residents of Kiambu how strong the handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga contributed to peace and teamwork in this country. He went ahead to remind them of the BBI set-up by Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta which will be beneficial to citizens especially a boost to the Kiambu residents.
Kiambu residents happily backed up Raila Odinga agenda to give out healthy insurance to every kenyans which will be catered for healthy bills by the government. They happily opened up on voting for him as the next president of the republic of Kenya in 2022. It was a successful rally for Raila which Kiambu governor James Nyoro.
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