Ngilu, Mutua and Kibwana take Azimio gospel to Makueni

Ngilu, Mutua and Kibwana take Azimio gospel to Makueni

Governors Charity Ngilu, Alfred Mutua, and Kivutha Kibwana rallied support in Makueni County on Wednesday for Azimio La Umoja’s presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
The trio spoke during rallies in Makindu, Kikima, and Mbumbuni towns, reiterating their commitment to rallying the community behind Mr Odinga as he marches to State House.
Ngilu expressed his dissatisfaction with the Kamba community’s decision to remain in opposition, claiming that being out of government has cost the region a lot of money in terms of development.
“We have to be in the next government that Raila Odinga’s Azimio La Umoja Movement will build,” she urged supporters.
She stated that by joining Odinga’s quest for the country’s top leadership, the region’s electorate sought meaningful representation in the Cabinet, increased resources, opportunities for professionals and shared prosperity with the rest of the country.
Echoing Ngilu’s sentiments, Mutua and Kibwana said that the time was ripe for an Odinga presidency noting that the ODM chief was best suited to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“Raila is a dependable leader who would provide great leadership, increase devolution, eliminate marginalization, and reengineer the country’s economy,” Kibwana stated.
Mutua, for one, accused Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka of seeking to auction his people for personal benefit, claiming that the move jeopardized the Kamba community’s bid for political power.
They, on the other hand, warned locals against DP William Ruto’s excursions, portraying him as a self-serving political swindler whom Kenyans cannot afford to entrust with the country’s highest office.

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