As the August election is drawing nearer, the Azimio team are now struggling to reach every part of the country so as to reveal what they are ready to do after winning the elections.
Today, the Azimio leaders stormed Kakamega county, wooing the residents with the raft of promises telling them that they will serve the nation equally especially the road networks which have been degraded for quite sometime.
Kakamega Governor Oparanya was one of the supporters of Azimio party who told the residents of Kakamega to vote for Raila Odinga in August.
However, he promised that the slowness and inept within the current government will be diminished. This is by prioritising the strictness towards various activities especially the expansion of health centres.
The crowd which had settled to hear the Oparanya's remarks cheered him up showing that most of them are ready to vote for Raila Odinga as the fifth president of Republic of Kenya. https://youtu.be/Vqh5Q4Yi3kU
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