After a tedious day of crisscrossing various spots in Nakuru and Narok County in a heightened vote hunting mission, the Azimio delegation which was led by deputy Presidential nominee Martha Karua among other senior leaders had a brief stopovers at Narok senator Ledama Ole Kina's expansive village home in Enkanasa village, Eor Ekule in Narok North.
Alongside Karua, Ledama also played host to Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi and Sabina Chege where they discussed a raft of issues affecting Maasai women including an upcoming women empowerment forum in 15th July.
During the brief encounter, Ole Kina expressed his determination to alleviate Maasai women from suffering through ambitions programs that would see them become self-sufficient.
"Had a great time with the Next Deputy President Madam Martha Karua at Enkanasa Village talking about the women empowerment forum MAACOM set to take place July 15th 2022. My focus is to empower the Maasai Woman and to give her a voice." Ledama said.
Other notable local leaders in the Azimio Narok Chapter who joined Karua in the campaign trail included Hon. Gideon S. Konchella.
With slightly over one month to go to the highly anticipated August general elections, the Azimio coalition is not taking chances and are serious traversing various parts of the country to consolidate support in preparation for a duel with DP Ruto's Kenya Kwanza coalition
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