To help Raila win the election in August to become the fifth president of the Republic of Kenya, the Azimio team held their campaigning today in Oyugis, Homabay county.
One of the supporters who helped Raila Odinga campaign in Homabay county was Junet. But he bravely asserted that Ruto is unfit to rule Kenyans since he has shown a tendency to turn against Uhuru.
He makes it clear that Ruto has been corrupting rather than helping the locals who have been struggling with how to end poverty.
In addition, Junet made it abundantly obvious that Raila Odinga will fight to organize Kenyan rights rather than encourage corruption.
He claimed that Uhuru Kenyatta had been struggling to find a way to stop Ruto's plan, which is why Uhuru had chosen to shake hands with Raila Odinga.
The audience that had gathered to hear Junet's words encouraged him by demonstrating that the majority of them would turn out in force and support Raila Odinga in the August election.
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