Kieleweke leaders honorable Amos Kimunya and honorable Sabina Chege have visited Siaya county. Today is the second day of their visit in Siaya country. They have received a grand reception from the residents. The residents have come out in large number to welcome them in the region.
Sabina and Amos are trying to popularize ODM party and selling Raila's Azimio La Umoja manifestos and his 2022 presidential bid. ODM and Azimio chants have rented the air as the residents gathered to listen to them.
In a video posted by a writer in his you tube channel. Sabina claims she will visit siaya again to teach the women about health care. She urged the residents to vote for ODM party leader Raila Odinga as the fifth president of the republic of Kenya.
"Baba Tosha! Wamama nitakuja hapa door to door niwafunze mambo ya health. Na nikija hapa mtanilet down? Tutasema baba the fifth ama. Na sio sana na uongozi tunataka kenya iwe moja. Na ndio maana tunasema Azimio La Umoja. Nikisema Azimio La Umoja mnasema inawezekana",says Sabina Chege.
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