The Nairobi senator Hon Johnson Sakaja whomis aspiring to be the governor of the city today held a mega rally in Kasarani market where residents came out in large number to receive him. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the residents of Kasarani came out in large number to welcome their incoming governor.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Nairobi senator Hon Johnson Sakaja was hapoy by the residents of Kasarani and Mwiki for the warm welcoming him. Hon Sakaja urged the residents to vote for him in the next general election so that he can continue with the projects which he started as a senator.
It is now clear that Hon Johnson Sakaja is likely to win the gubernatorial seat in Nairobi county. Despite that, all kenyans are urged to maintain peace among each other during this time of campaign. Let us elect leaders who will bring change in our country after winning their seats.
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