“Some people will tell you that he even eats people but if he did so, Peter Kenneth would have been long gone so come and greet him and even touch him after the meeting so you can all confirm he is a good human being who will serve our country well,” stated Chege.

She further vowed to throw her weight behind Raila, who is angling to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in the upcoming August 9 General Election.

“I also want to thank you because you decided to come and hang out with us this Labour Day. We have seen that you have the respect of former President Mwai Kibaki even though he is departed.

“You respected him and declared ‘Kibaki Tosha‘. We, the people of Central, are ready to declare ‘Baba Tosha‘” she added.

Raila, in his address at the venue, vowed to introduce an assembly plant to handle electric motorcycles and vehicles in the country.

“We want to enhance the Small Medium Entreprises sector. They call it the informal sector. They should not because it employs 20 billion Kenyans. It is the biggest employer. It should be recognised and facilitated properly.

“We want to solve accessibility in boda boda sector. We need to have proper facilities for the people. We require driving schools and assembly plant. We want to bring an assembly plant for electric vehicles into our country,” he remarked.