The Kericho county senator and an ally of deputy president William Ruto, Aaron Cheruyot took to his Twitter account and said that both the deputy president and the ODM leader are selling unity.
“Both Ruto and Raila are selling a unity agenda. Raila says, let’s unite, all our problems will vanish. Ruto says, Let’s have an all inclusive conversation about 90% of our citizens who are victims of a rigged economy that works for just a few. Gladly Kenyans are listening.” wrote Senator Aaron Cheruiyot.
The ODM leader has being pushing his ‘Azimio La Umoja,’ a strategic plan aimed at uniting the country ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Odinga has in a number of times said the strategic plan’s objectives was to dissect problems facing the country, among them political inclusion, divisive electoral process, insecurity and reviving the economy.
On the other hand the DP, in his rallies across the country, has also called for unity and diversity in the county by voters embracing parties that shall go above tribal politics.
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