Jalang'o has for the first spoken about Kenyans who are against him begging for campaign Money. Jalang'o said even Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga and Ruto are always funded their campaign money. Jalang'o urged Kenyans to support him and stop listening to romours going around that he is rich and he is begging for more money.
Jalang'o said that Elections Campaigns are not easy, especially for the member of Parliament, they are very costly, and someone must have a backup plan, and he has helped alot of Kenyans, now he is urging Kenyans of good heart to come out and fund him via the till number that is available online.
It is true that elections campaigns are costly, even senior political leaders usually take loans from rich businesses people to fund their campaigns. For example UDA campaigns are currently funded by purity Ngirici. Please lets support Jalang'o, and we hope he will win the lang'ata member of Parliament seat.
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