Kitui County Governor, Hon. Charity Ngilu has declared that Raila Odinga's Journey to becoming the fifth president should be worked upon. According to Charity Ngilu, they have held hands with Ukambani counterpart Kivutha Kibwana and several other leaders with a major aim of ensuring Raila attains presidency in August 9th general elections.
Charity Ngilu said, "Raila Odinga’s journey to the State House Kenya, requires all of us to roll up our sleeves and work. Together with Kivutha Kibwana and several other leaders, we have today held consultative talks with over one thousand aspirants and professionals from Ukambani. There is no time to be wasted. Inawezekana."
Charity Ngilu message comes a day after Raila Odinga declared his running mate as Martha Karua. His close competitor, William Ruto picked Rigathi Gachagua as the deputy president in August 9th presidential race.
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