For a long period of time, the Narc-kenya party leader hon Martha Wangari Karua have left many people guessing on her political plans ahead of the august general elections. Some people have been left confused on whether she was going to follow her OKA colleagues in joining Azimio or she will follow her Mount Kenya unity forum colleagues in joining Kenya Kwanza.
Now, today, hon Karua has come out to reveal her plans for the August general elections. As reported by the citizen TV, hon Martha Karua have announced that she is going to vie for Kirinyaga county's gubernatorial seat using her Narc-Kenya party. Hon Karua advised hon Wangui Ngirici and Anne Waiguru to prepare for a very strong competition.
However, hon Karua never revealed whether she was going to join hands with Dp Ruto inside his Kenya Kwanza or she was going to join Azimio. Due to her announcement today, it is now very clear that she is out of the Dp post in the two camps as she had earlier been placed with higher chances of being a running mate in one of the two alliances.
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