Azimio la Umoja which is a coalition of many parties under one is gaining many followers day after another due to their tireless campaigns which they are taking all over the country.
During the Azimio campaigns in Narok county which were led by Azimio's chief campaigner Sabina Chege, who is the current Muranga county women representative. Sabina is also seeking the same seat with the ticket of the Jubilee political party.
Sabina assured the people of Narok legit job which rises from Maasai Mara national park, she said youths from Narok county will be the first people to benefit from these vacancies.
She also said that if people will elect Raila Odinga as their next president, his government will lower food prices within 100 days. Sabina also accused Ruto of corrupting the agriculture sector when he was the minister of Agriculture, by saying this she made the crowd chant the Azimio name, this is a clear indication that Raila will have a direct entry to the state house coming August general elections.
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