Photo courtesy of Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika.
On Thursday, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance storms Nakuru County in the Rift Valley region ahead of its August general election campaigns. However, the Alliance continues to build and heighten its territory of the Bottom-up economic model as it endeavors to form the next administration.
However, the Nakuru county is a mixed-up of the Azimio la Umoja Coalition supporters and the Kenya Kwanza behind former prime minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto respectively.
Consequently, Senator Susan Kihika is the driving impetus for the Deputy President's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance in Nakuru and the Rift Valley region at large.
As the mammoth gathered at the rally, she passed her heartwarming message to her supporters and Nakuru at large for joining them during the day.
"Thank you so much Nakuru county for showing up, participating, and engaging in the Kenya Kwanza economic Forum," she remarked.
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