Jubilee's campaigns were taken to Central Kenya for a series of political rallies at Murang'a county as they solidify support for their candidatures as well as popularising the party. The crew transversed the county selling their Azimio gospel to the residents urging them to support Raila's presidential bid.
The team was led by Jamleck Kamau who is aspiring to be the governor of Murang'a county using Jubilee ticket. He was accompanied by a host of prominent leaders among them aspirants for both County Assembly and National Assembly as they seek for votes.
They were warmly received by hundreds of residents who turned out to grace their rally as they accord them a heroic grand entry with chants of their names renting the air. The team urged the residents to support Azimio candidates as they assures them that Under Raila's umbrella their administration will provide employment opportunities for the youths. They also promised to improve the infrastructure of the region as well as bettering the health care through creating a universal health care program.
Jamleck Kamau shared a live video on his Facebook page as they engage hundreds of residents on their vision on economic transformations. The video can be accessed via the following link.
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