Charity Ngilu who is the governor for Kitui county today tweeted on her twitter page that Today thousands of grassroots leaders drawn from the larger Kitui converged at the Kitui stadium for consultative talks. The leaders unanimously resolved to support my reelection for Governor and the election of Raila Odinga as the 5th President. Next week we will be in Mwingi.
Shadaboy tweeted, "The road from Machakos/Kitui border to past Kwa Vonza has been way too narrow since you entered the office. Accidents have happened and still no change. That means the government has to change."
Martin tweeted, "It's okay for you to seek a second term from Kitui residents. But, only Kalonzo should be left to show the way forward concerning Azimio. Why hasn't Raila approached Kalonzo and engage formally about a possible alliance? Kamba vote should not be taken for granted."
Dennis tweeted, "This old woman think that the grassroots leaders as she them are the voice of the mighty people of kitui County. We will show you that you are just nothing but a lost soul."
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