As the clock ticks towards August elections remains, Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance brigade is making all the necessary preparations required to beat their rivals in Kenya Kwanza brigade lead by deputy President William Ruto.
On Tuesday, Azimio unveiled a campaign team to spearhead his campaigns across the country as he bids to take over from president Uhuru Kenyatta. Amongst the lucky selections was Narok County senator Ledama Ole Kina who was elevated to the senior role to lead the Maa community to Azimio La Umoja One Kenya ahead of August polls.
Moment After his elevation, Ole Kina has made a pledge promising to deliver his people to the former prime minister camp, thanking his for baking his trust in him by assigning him the critical role.
"Thank you @RailaOdinga my community and I will deliver. From the Desert of Marsabit to the Highlands of Kajiado the Maa Nation will stand with you. Lo Maa kitejo Azimio," Ledama has penned.
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