Various political leaders have different modes of campaigning. Some use rallies while other use meet people tours to campaign. This campaigns modes are meant to popularize the leaders from the grassroot levels. Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja mostly uses meet people tours to market his political bids.
Today the youthful senator embarked on his meet people tours in a move to popularize his Nairobi gubernatorial bid. The vocal senator met local residents from Kariobangi and Korogocho in Nairobi county. He joyfully interacted with the local residents keenly listening to their views and ideas.
The residents complained of hiked fuel prices by the national government. They said that this hiked fuel prices have increased their cost of living. They urged the senator to push for amendment of the fuel pricing formula. The senator promised to address the issue at the senate house on Tuesday when the petroleum cabinet secretary appears before them.
The senator also popularized his gubernatorial bid. He shared his agendas to the local residents. The first term senator will be competing with various leaders from the county who have already declared their gubernatorial bids. The leaders are led by former Starehe MP Margret Wanjiku and former Embakasi MP Dennis waweru.
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