It is true that the ongoing politics in the country is now becoming much hotter and alarming more so for the presidency race ahead of the august elections.Today the Narc party leader who is also Raila's running mate honourable Martha Karua toured Kisii county to launch the gender based violence building that consumed 27M.
From the ugly incident where teargas was thrown at her rally and turning the entire rally much chaotic.She later said that the next step is to move to the airport where she is expected to launch a certain project then jet back to Homabay county.
From the looks of things,the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party is now at a better chance of forming the next government that will be headed by Raila Amollo Odinga and Martha Karua.It is now high time the kenyan people to ensure that they refrain from being used by politicians to cause violence in the country.
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