Azimio and Kwenya Kwanza resumed their political campaigns Sunday, a day after the national mourning period declared following the death of retired President Mwai Kibaki came to an end.
Both political wings had suspended their campaigns until the former leader who died on April 22 is laid to rest.
The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Flag bearer Raila Odinga was in Nyeri to woo locals to support his presidential bid.
Raila used the tour to promise Kenyans that his administration will watertight and corrupt individuals will have their way.
He said his government will bring distinct reforms to the National Police Service in order to get rid of corrupt individuals.
Leaders who accompanied him faulted a section of politicians they claimed hijacked the burial of the late former President Mwai Kibaki in Othaya on Saturday for selfish gains.
Elsewhere, the Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi has pledged his unwavering support for the Kenya Kwanza Coalition which he believes will win the August 9th general elections.
Muturi accused his opponents of tramming accusations of incitement by the Kenya Kwanza saying the coalition seeks to unite all Kenyans.
ANC leader and Kenya Kwanza Co-principal Musalia Mudavadi criticised President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Labour Day speech saying it did not offer Kenyans and the Kenyan worker hope over the litany of problems they are facing.
He said the Kenya Kwanza administration has solutions for Kenyans.
The two leaders were speaking at the ASK grounds in Kapsabet Nandi County during the thanksgiving service of governor Stephen Sang.