Former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama who is doubled as the UDA Chairman has hinted through his official twitter page alleging that the Kenya Kwanza Coalition are ready take up the cause of making Kenya democratic country come August 9 general elections.
Here is what he shared on his official twitter page alleging that the Kenya Kwanza Coalition will make Kenya a more democratic country if they win the August 9 presidential elections!
Democracy is undoubtedly an important tool in achieving equality, decreasing conflict and increasing civic engagement.
On that regard, Kenya is a democratic government and every Citizen has their right to vote for their preferred leaders and nothing will barricade this come August 9th.
The time is now to advocate for a more democratic country and as Kenya Kwanza, we are taking up the cause.
Do you think that the Kenya Kwanza Coalition will beat Azimio One Kenya Alliance in the August 9 presidential elections?
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if they will win or not.
You can follow this link for more information for yourself;
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