Governor Kivutha Kibwana has hinted through his official facebook page minutes after the NARC Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua's rally in Wote.
He thanked the residents of Wote for coming out in large numbers in welcoming her as she continue to popularize Azimio agenda ahead of this year's presidential elections.
The photos emerging from her rally in Wote is really encouraging despite a section of Kenyans never believe that she can deliver much to Raila Odinga in the August 9 presidential election.
"Thanks Wote residents for turning out in numbers to welcome our Azimio La Umoja deputy president designate Martha Karua and her entourage". Governor Kivutha Kibwana wrote.
Do you think that the NARC Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua will deliver Mt Kenya region to Raila Odinga in the August 9 presidential election? It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if she will deliver Mt Kenya region to Raila Odinga or not.
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