Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance running mate Martha Karua has today stormed Nyahururu as she drives campaigns aimed at rally support for former prime minister Raila Odinga who is seeking his way to State House.
The long standing Gichugu Constituency member of Parliament has however mentioned a rivals main agenda of lifting the small business, including the Boda Boda na mama mbogas, something that has been a tone of deputy President William Ruto and Kenya Kwanza brigade.
While speaking, Karua said should the people decide to vote for Mr Odinga and Azimio, it will be possible for the jobless youths to secure employment, and it will also be possible for the small business men and women including the Boda Boda and mama mbogas to be uplifting since they will be basing in reviving the economy.
"Azimio inawaletea matumaini ya kwamba Inawezekana vijana wetu wapate ajira. Inawezekana watu wa biashara ndogo kama mama mboga na Boda Boda uchumi ipanuke waweze kuinuliwa," Karua has said.
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