The Inua Mama faction of Jubilee Party's women leaders on Friday, October 25, arrived at Marsabit County to a pompous welcome from the residents.
The Deputy President William Ruto-allied team of women leaders led a procession of cars and motorcycles that filled the streets as they toured the town.
The team led by Kandara Member of Parliament Alice Wahome and Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika was in the county to continue drumming up support for the deputy president.
Residents lined up the streets with women dressed in matching robes of various colours with others wearing the official Inua Mama colours; maroon and yellow.
They donated items such as blankets, bedsheets and mattresses to Matumaini Children's Home as they toured the town and promised to give more when they visit again.
The home hosts children and young girls abandoned by their families due to contested local beliefs.
"Young girls who get pregnant before getting married are abandoned by society and that is why we take them in," the Sister-in-charge disclosed.
Inua Mama chairperson Alice Wahome revealed that the team would continue to support the society in any way they could.
"The women you see here are in Parliament and will make sure this children's home is taken care of," Wahome assured.
She also thanked the children's home for taking care of the who were left behind by their parents and reiterated that the team would keep on supporting it.
Inua Mama is seemingly in direct competition with Team Embrace that supports the handshake deal between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
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