The presidential campaigns have hit a fever pitch as the frontrunners traverse the nation in search of support to bolster their chances in the forthcoming election.
Azimio One Kenya camp today rallied Homa Bay county to drum support for ODM leader Raila Odinga. Leaders present were Wiper leader Kalonzo, Peter Kenneth, Charity Ngilu, MP Junet Mohammed, Hassan Joho and Gladys Wanga.
Azimio One Kenya and Kenya Kwanza allies are leaving nothing to chance as the battle to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta intensifies.
Kitui governor Charity Ngilu has rubbished Deputy president William Ruto's remarks on state capture. According to her post on twitter, Ngilu reacted to Kenya Kwanza ally David Ndii's past remarks on Ruto's expenditure on his helicopter.
Ngilu further termed Kenya Kwanza as 'deep state' who have conflict of interest.
" They are talking about STATE CAPTURE when they are the DEEP STATE of state capture and CONFLICT OF INTEREST." Ngilu said.
Speaking in Meru, Ruto's allies accused Azimio camp of state capture claiming that they had failed the country.
Ruto led his allies as they made several stop overs at Nthambiro, Laare, Mulika, Mikinduri and Limoro within Meru County.
He was accompanied by his deputy Rigathi Gachagua, national assembly speaker Justin Muturi, Senators Mithika Linturi (Meru), Prof Kithure Kindiki (Tharaka Nithi) among other leaders.
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