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BY KORIR JUMA/CORRESPONDENT,BOMET,1ST JULY 2017-The opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) on Saturday 1st July took its vote hunt mission to Bomet county a head of the August 8 Elections.
NASA presidential flag bearer, Raila Odinga, took the opportunity to r defended NASA’s manifesto saying if he is elected President come August 8, he will create more employment opportunities to the unemployed.
Odinga also criticized the Jubilee government accusing President Uhuru Kenyatta of launching none meaningful development projects to entice voters.
Raila dismissed the move saying most of the Jubilee projects will not be completed before the August 8 polls.
Odinga who was accompanied by other NASA co-principals, Moses Wetangula, Musalia Mudavadi and Bomet Governor, Isaac Ruto said that time for change had come.
He urged Bomet residents to come out in large numbers and vote for NASA on 8th of August.