As the nation prepares for the eagerly anticipated August election, Martha Karua has been actively campaigning for Raila Odinga. Yesterday, they were in Mandera for their rally, which was decorated with chaotic scenes before they arrived at the venue. The fact that the peace was subsequently restored and Azimio leaders' demonstration was successful is a good thing.
A late-night message from Martha Karua has finally broken her silence hours after that meeting. The leader of NARC Kenya stated that Raila's Azimio government will invest in historically marginalized areas and properly implement the equilibriation fund.
One of the most prominent and well regarded female political figures in the nation has also broken silence. Through her official Twitter account, Ngilu made a commitment that Baba's administration will make sensible investments in Mandera County's agricultural and industrial potential, transforming it into the region's economic hub.
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