By MN Reporter
KANU delegates in Migori County have called for unity and support for national development as emphasized by leaders across political divides.
Gordon Ogolla KANU coordinator in Migori County told the press in a Migori Hotel on Saturday that they rally behind President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga initiatives of bringing all Kenyans together.
Ogolla said KANU delegates and members and in Migori County are satisfied with the government objectives ensuring all communities irrespective of tribe, religious or political affiliation enjoy the benefits of development.
He said their party at the moment is not emphasizing on 2022 politics but interested in expanding party membership and pushing for more united Kenya.
Ogolla said KANU leader Gideon Moi will soon open Migori Branch office as an effort to solidify its position and popularity in a region perceived as an ODM stronghold.
Kidi Mwaga KANU delegate from Migori said the party is moving across 47 counties while mobilizing for membership and preaching peace building among Kenyan communities.
Susan Oduya, a sub branch official, said that the situation in the country needs unity among all the tribes and that is what the cockerel party is working hard to ensure it materialises…
More than hundred Migori Sub-Branch officials agreed to work hard and bring more membership to the party.