Written by John Kabaka
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The kakamega residents at muliro Garden who thronged at the venue to have a glimpse of the KICC events where Uhuru Kenyatta was launching his political party. Photo I John Kabaka
As Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta unveiled his new political home in Nairobi, Kakamega was not left behind; most of the roads of the town were full of residents who thronged Muliro Garden to follow the proceedings live from the Kenyatta International Conference Centre.
Youth carrying placards written on TNA were seen dancing in town in welcoming the new party in the region.
“I am from church and when I saw a crowd here I saw the need to come, I saw a big screen here and now that I have none in my house I took it positive to follow the proceedings right here,” said a resident at the garden.
A motorcycle and bicycle ‘motorcade’ led the people in town as isukuti and the Salvation Army tunes filled the air and residents seemed to be enjoying themselves.
The residents were entertained to the fullest and when the time came they keenly followed the proceedings live on a big screen in Nairobi.
The big screen is said not only to have been in Kakamega but to virtually a good number of towns in country.
The move comes few weeks after Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi moved to hunt for presidency on his new found United Democratic Forum Party in Nairobi at the scene.
The National Alliance also commenced its member registration at the garden and residents could be seen registering as the party new members.
Unfortunately no any political leader, civic leader was at the Kakamega’s Muliro garden.
The launching of the dove party now officially shows that the once KANU chairman has quit the party to seek his ambition on the I believe ship.
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