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Raila Makes Tough Verdict on 2022 General Elections, Ruto's Meru Tour Embraces Bottom up economy

The political temperature in the country is rising as the 2022 general elections is getting nearer. The people who are being considered as the key competitors are the Deputy President William Ruto and the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga.

They are both touring all over the country to sell their manifestos. It has been a busy Sunday for the ODM leader Hon. Raila Odinga who toured A church in Nanyuki for the summon before adressing the Nanyuki residents later after the service.

Raila Odinga didn't talk much about politics in church after the bishop said that the Church is not a place to do politics. Raila Odinga adhered to the call. He emphasized more about the peace in the country during this political time.

"We have started smelling the worrying political signals and we must protect the innocent citizens who lose there lives after every general elections, as our national anthem says lets live in peace and liberty" He said.

Adressing the residents later he emphasized more on "Azimio la umoja" whose aim is to bring unity in the country to enhance development projects that can help every citizen.

William Ruto today attended a church service in Meru, in which he later addressed the residents about the bottom up economic model that will enhance the growth of economy and create more jobs to the common citizen. He said that he won't tire up in building the economy and lifting the lives of the citizens.

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Azimio Nanyuki ODM Raila Raila Odinga


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