NARC kenya leader and Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate running mate Martha Karua has once again proven what she can do when it comes to politics after storming Subukia Nakuru county early in the morning accompanied by Sabina Chege, Agriculture Cabinet secretary Peter Munya and Jubilee secretary general Jeremiah kioni, they were received by Governor Lee Kinyanjui and allies.
This tour is a continuation of the tours she started yesterday in Nakuru county where she able to campaign in Molo Nakuru town and other places spreading Azimio gospel and urging the residents to vote for Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga. She was welcomed warmly by large crowds in Subukia who had gathered already waiting for her arrival.
When it was her turn to speak Martha applauded the residents of Subukia for showing of in large to receive them despite being in the morning and working time, she reminded them that votes belong to them and their duty was to sell agendas to them and ask for their votes through good manifestos and agendas.
She asked the voters to vote for Azimio La Umoja since its primary function would be uniting the country irregardless of tribes, rich or poor, she also educated them about Azimio being a big house that housed many political parties including NARC Kenya, jubilee and many others.
She campaigned for Governor Lee Kinyanjui whom she termed as a respectful and hardworking governor, who deserved the second term. Also she reminded the residents how Raila Odinga has been fighting for their rights both when he is in the government and outside.
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