The next general elections, which are scheduled for August this year, are taking a turn for the worse as candidates begin their campaigns by hawking their wares across the country. Many leaders are already flying to their destinations in private helicopters to save time during their campaigns.
According to social media reports, the leader of the orange democratic movement, the Honorable Raila Odinga, today used his private chopper to reach Kalalani County Kwale where he continued his Azimio la unity campaigns. Raila Odinga was accompanied by several leaders who agreed to work with him in the August general elections.
Raila Odinga opened his discussion with Kwale by urging regional leaders to back his presidential ambitions. Suna East MP Honorable Junet Muhammed, Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho, former president Peter Kenneth, and Honorable Raphael Tuju were among the politicians who accompanied him to Kwale County. Let us retain the peace between us during this campaign period.
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