Despite their defeat at the polls, the leaders of the Azimio One Kenya Alliance coalition got together on Friday at Raila's home in Karen for a Thanksgiving event. During the gathering, they expressed their gratitude for the struggle and discussed their plans for taking over the leadership of the country.
Hon. Mishi Mboko asserted that they will not become weary of fighting for the rights of the people of Kenya. She also thanked the supporters and key leaders in the coalition for their tireless fight for the former Prime Minister Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga, and she stated that it will not be over until justice is achieved.
"At the invitation of my party leader, Rtd. Hon. Raila Odinga, I went to the safari park hotel to offer my congratulations and gratitude to the Azimio Secretariat on the successful completion of their mission.
It was wonderful to have such a diverse and competitive team believing in our agenda and giving their all to fight for a better Kenya. It was a blessing to have such a team." On her official Twitter handle, Hon. Mishi Mboko can be found.
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