Raila says August polls final liberation for Kenya
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition party flag bearer Raila Odinga says next month’s general election will be the final liberation, urging Kenyans to join in on the historic moment by back his campaign for president.
Raila who has spent two days courting Nairobi city voters says there is no other freedom that is coming as claimed by their competitors.
Raila and his running mate Martha Karua toured Langata, Kibra, Makongeni, and Embakasi among other estates in Nairobi in the hunt for the lion’s share of the 2.4 Million registered voters in the capital.
The Azimio leader rallied the city to prepare for an extraordinary election next month, likening it to the ones of 1964 and 2002.
Popularizing the Azimio la Umoja, Raila and Karua committed that the war against graft will be impartial if they win the August elections.
The duo has committed to lowering the high cost of living, rollout universal healthcare dubbed ‘Babacare’ as well introduce a social protection program for the needy.
Leaders accompanying Raila spoke of the need to have peaceful campaigns devoid of threats and intimidations.