After several calls by their opponents on why president Uhuru Kenyatta was not campaigning for Raila Odinga after publicly endorsing him and promising to hit the ground and campaign for him, president Uhuru Kenyatta now calls for Azimio meeting tomorrow.
Being the chairman of Azimio coalition,Uhuru is set to convene the meeting at KICC tomorrow 24th June to address several issues.
Among issued set to be addressed are party policies.They will discuss the party policies that will enable them build the coalition before the August elections.
Another issue to be discussed tomorrow is campaign strategy.According to reports released,Ruto has been doing alot of campaigns compared to Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
They are supposed to restrategize so that they can be able to defeat Kenya Kwanza who seem to have more energy and are seriously campaigning.President Uhuru Kenyatta is also set to assure them of his support and why he is not campaigning
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