Azimio La Umoja presidential aspirant, Hon. Raila Odinga has announced his plan that will reinforce his voter mobilisation activity. Raila said that committees will be formed from different wards across the county before linking up with the national secretariat to ensure a successful campaign ahead of August 9th general elections.
While speaking on Tuesday 3rd May at Windsor hotel in Kiambu County, Raila Odinga urged the leaders to hit the ground with the message of winning majority of voters across the county. Raila says that a team of experts which was given a task of developing his manifesto will next week be ready to release the document.
The Azimio coalition leader called on Azimio la Umoja allied candidates from the famous Central Kenya not to feel ashamed of selling his political agenda in the region. According to Raila, this is a sure way of securing a win from Central.
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