Photo courtesy of Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance rally in Kiambu county.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga on Wednesday led the Azimio rally to Kiambu county in the central Kenya region as they hunt for votes to consolidate their victory ahead of the August polls.
Gatundu zone in Kiambu is a United Democratic Alliance's Moses Kuria's stronghold behind Deputy President William Ruto. However, Moses Kuria on the previous day had warmly welcomed the Azimio leader to his region as per the Democracy permits.
In a nutshell, the Mount Kenya region has generated a slippery ground between the Azimio la Umoja and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance as they compete to form the next administration.
Consequently, Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua receive a heroic welcome as they take their Azimio campaigns to Kiambu county.
During the event, Raila Odinga insists on the significance of having a manual register during the August polls.
Raila Odinga claims that the region is turning blue (the Azimio zone) as he urges residents to come out in large numbers to vote on the 9th of August 2022.
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