Murang'a governor Mwangi wa Iria team has on Saturday hit the ground to popularize his presidential bid in the August polls.
Image courtesy: Mwangi wa Iria's Caravan
Wa iria's caravan traversed Nyandarua and Laikipia counties in what he terms as it as a preparation to kick-start his official campaigns on 30 Monday.
During the rallies, Wa iria's brigade was well received as per they are photos shared on his Facebook page.
"My presidential caravan today made its way through Laikipia and Nyandarua counties in preparations for the official start of Usawa Kwa wote campaigns begining Monday 30th may.. " Wa Iria's statement reads on Facebook.
The Usawa kwa Wote party leader and presidential will be contesting with Alfayo Onyambu as his running mate in the upcoming August General elections.
The Mt Kenya governor's caravan reception in Nyandarua and Laikipia has elicited mixed reactions on social media with most seeing him as being over confident on his bid.
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