Yesterday, the Narc-kenya party leader hon Martha Karua who have been a key pillar in the One Kenya Alliance, OKA skipped the Azimio event where several parties came together to sign a coalition agreement with the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga. According to reports, hon Karua was not interested with joining hands with Raila Odinga over trust issues.
Now, a day after making this move, hon Karua has come out to send a message to uhuru kenyatta and his goverment. Through his official twitter page, hon Karua told president Uhuru Kenyatta to prioritize some issues in the country. Hon Karua shared a story on the current situation in Mandera county where there is a serious drought. Karua wanted the head of state to give a priority to people coming from this area instead of prioritizing political issues.
According to reports, hon Karua, Moses Kuria and other leaders from the Mount Kenya region will be among those people who will attend Dp Ruto's Mega rally in Thika town today in the afternoon.
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