During the campaign rally held at the William ole Ntimama stadium in the town of Narok, the two received a gift from one of the local artists who had built a miniature model of the State House.
The former prime minister received the artwork and called on Karua to share the coin’s symbolism.
“What an awesome gift. Thank you Narok! He’s going home !“Raila shared photos of the giveaway on her social media handles.
Both leaders pledged to tame corruption, accusing the Kenya Kwanza alliance led by Vice President William Ruto of fueling corruption.
They also pledged to form the next government and promised to ensure prompt delivery of services to Kenyans if elected.
“Looking at the favorites in the election, only one team can be trusted and that is Raila Odinga’s team. Don’t waste your votes on those who cannot be trusted even in their own villages,said Karua.
“Every year over 700 billion shillings are stolen by corrupt rulers, but that will end. We will take them to Manyani, Shimo la Tewa, Kamiti and Naivasha prisons,Odinga said, adding that he had a taste of what imprisonment was like, having been a victim of the misdeeds of the Moi era.
Odinga also told voters that his government would implement a popular manifesto which will address unemployment, health, education and poverty.
In addition to reaching out to marginalized populations, the former prime minister said his administration will have a 50-50 split with women to close the gender disparity gap.
Odinga’s visit sparked an epic struggle for the Maa vote in Narok between Kenya Kwanza and Azimio. Next weekend, DP Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza campaign team are also expected to visit the county.