Martha Karua. Photo courtesy.
NARK Kenya Party leader, Hounerable Martha Karua has finally opened up after a post went round on social media, claiming that she wished Musalia Mudavadi well and rejected an offer of her Joining thieves and looters. She has called out Azimio La Umoja with a caption of fake news on her official verified twitter handle.
Karua is one of few leaders in Mount Kenya region who are targeted for the running mate position by various presidential leaders. Although she distenced herself from the whole discussion by claiming that her focus is on Kirinyaga County top seat. There are still Speculations of her going for the second most powerful seat in the land of Kenya.
Few weeks ago, there was speculations of her Joining forces with Musalia Mudavadi and other leaders Ahead of August general election. She has not publicly denied the possiblity of her Joining Musalia. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
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