Odinga, Karua hit out at Kenya Kwanza for alleged heckling

Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party leader Raila Odinga and his deputy Martha Karua have hit out at their main competitors Kenya Kwanza alliance for allegedly resorting to insults and heckling instead of debating on issues.

Speaking separately in Narok and Kiambu counties Odinga and Karua asked the electorate to desist from being used by politicians to demean other politicians but instead listen to both narratives and make an informed decision.

Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party leader Raila Odinga kicked off his two-day presidential campaign tour of Narok County where he defended his running mate Martha Karua against criticism

Speaking in Kilgoris town, Raila Odinga told off the Kenya kwanza alliance for allegedly demeaning his running mate as an ordinary woman

Leaders accompanying Raila Odinga warned that the Kenya Kwanza Alliance cannot be trusted to steer the country towards the right economic path.

On the other hand, his deputy Martha Karua led Jubilee luminaries in a series of campaigns in Kiambu County.

The leaders toured Limuru, Kiambaa, and Kiambu town among other constituencies in the region.

Karua in addition hit out at the Kenya Kwanza alliance for allegedly inciting crowds to heckle and disrupt political meetings.

Jubilee party leaders accompanying Karua expressed confidence the politics of the mountain region had changed following the nomination of Martha Karua as Raila Odinga’s running mate.

  

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