Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga ( Photo Courtesy)
At the time some aspirants for various positions across the country have been accused of not putting the Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga's photos on their campaign posters, Faith Chepkurui from Bomet County has done a complete opposite.
Faith Chepkurui's campaign poster for Konoin MP seat ( Photo Courtesy)
Her decision to vie for the MP position on an ODM party ticket in a region where the United Democratic Alliance party wave is going to leave several casualties, Chepkurui is very during. And now, she has decided to put Raila's photo on her campaign poster.
In the past, many aspirants have deliberately omitted Raila's photo from their campaign posters for fear of political backlash. But for Chepkurui, she could be very prepared for any eventuality.
As to whether she will trounce the incumbent Lenny Brighton, who is defending his seat on a UDA party ticket is another story.
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