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Governor Lenku Woes Maa Community Into Azimio La Umoja


Kajiado Governor Joseph Ole Lenku  has rallied Maa community behind Azimio la Umoja under the leadership of ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga.

Speaking in  Mashuru Lenku says Azimio la Umoja coalition is the only political vehicle that will steer development in Masaai land.

“Since the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga we have been enjoying peace in our country, the two leaders have been agitating for unity and good governance under Azimio la Umoja. I want to urge you to join Azimio la Umoja so that we can be in the next government…we have many unfinished projects by president Uhuru Kenyatta and the only person who can ensure they are done is Raila Amollo Odinga,” Lenku said.

“I want also to ask those who are still outside there to come on board because the Yatch is almost taking off …we shall have no other time.” He added.

In  a statement end January the Maa leaders promised to back ODM chief terming him as visionary leader.

Lenku, Narok senator Ledama Ole Kina, Environment cabinet secretary Keriako Tobiko have have been tasked to steer Azimio campaigns and agenda in Masaai land.

“We, the people of MKF and Maa, thereby declare in one accord and finality that we shall together campaign for and elect Odinga as the next president of the Republic of Kenya,” the statement read.Today as the nation prepares to go to the 2022 election, The people of Mount Kenya and Maa community stand together as one to declare our support for the continuation of Uhuru Kenyatta’s legacy with Raila Odinga through Azimio la Umoja,” Maa leaders said in a statement.


Lenku spoke after launching Paai Bridge that connect Kajiado Central,Kajiado East sub-counties in Mashuru.

“This is a project that will promote trade enhance security and also facilitate movement of our people, my opponents have been criticizing this project that its belongs to me ,I want to make it very clear that Lenku do not own any bridge, this is for the people,’’ he stated.

By Allan Otieno