Raila, Karua vow to improve Kenyans livelihood in first 100 days in office

Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party leader Raila Odinga has promised to improve the livelihood of Kenyans within the first one hundred days of his tenure.

Raila who took his presidential campaigns to Narok County accompanied by his running mate Martha Karua said his administration will focus on universal healthcare, social protection programs and eradicating corruption.

Raila and Karua have in the last couple of days held a series of campaigns in Narok County in a bid to woo voters 78 days to the general election.

Leaders accompanying the duo rallied the Narok electorate to vote in the Azimio la Umoja government while speaking against their competitors Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

Karua on her part expressed confidence that the politics of the Mt. Kenya region had changed.

Karua hit the ground running, traversing the Mt. Kenya region just a day after she was named Raila Odinga’s running mate.

  

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