Raila announces plan to strengthen presidential campaign team
Mr. Odinga said committees will be formed from wards to the county-level before linking up with the national secretariat to ensure a successful campaign.
Mr. Odinga, who was speaking on Tuesday at Windsor hotel in Kiambu while meeting aspirants from the region, urged the leaders to hit the ground with the message of winning more voters.
The Azimio coalition leader told the aspirants to act as the link between him and the people as he seeks to ascend to the country's top seat come August 9th.
The former prime minister also told the meeting his team of experts which was tasked with developing his manifesto will next week be ready to release the document on which the Azimio campaigns will be anchored.
At the same time, he called on Azimio-allied candidates from Central Kenya not to feel ashamed of selling his political agenda in the area, noting that it was only way to secure a win.
Mr. Odinga was flanked by Kiambu Governor James Nyoro, Laikipia's Nderitu Murithi, National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya, Lari MP Johna Mburu, Murang'a Woman Rep Sabina Chege among others.
From Windsor, Odinga headed to Thika Greens in Murang'a County to attend a similar leaders' meeting.
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