Hon Martha Karua, the leader of Narc Kenya and the country's first female second in command, has broken her public quiet following yesterday's pandemonium at Gusii Stadium. While analyzing wisdom in Nyamira County, Raila Odinga's running mate issued a warning to their rivals.

The smoke from the little canister that caused havoc in Gusii Stadium yesterday has not affected Martha Karua, the appointed deputy president of Azimio. Martha declared that she is vivacious and prepared to take on foes in Nyamira.


Martha Karua has recalled the terrible incidents she faced while pushing azimio campaigns in Kisii County today, on Friday. Even though she was in Nyamira County, the iron lady said that she had gone back to Kisii to warn her rivals.

With only one month till the general election, Martha Karua engages in azimio activities in Nyamira County in an effort to raise awareness of Raila's presidential candidacy.

His Counterpart Raila Odinga has also accused President William Ruto of implementing his decisions without following the constitution accusing him of attempting state capture to have full control of the independent bodies such as the Judiciary and the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.


The Former Prime Minister and his Azimio running mate Martha Karua have told the President that despite giving him enough space to heal and unite the country, he seems to have been unable to, saying that despite their silence the President has come too much and unbearable.

“Since the conclusion of the election circle, we have done our best to give President Ruto time and space to heal and unite our land. We have given so much space that sections of Kenyans are thinking we have given up the fight. Unfortunately, Ruto seems to think we have surrendered,” he said.