The 2022 elections on August 9 are drawing near, and politics are constantly evolving. Political parties around the nation are hosting a wide range of events in an effort to win over voters before the August election. But many organizations rely their selection of candidates for elected office on public opinion surveys.
As the date for the following big election draws near, politicians are organizing mock elections. Despite their animosity, the ex-prime minister of the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya coalition and the deputy president of the Kenya Kwanza coalition both want to continue their respective election campaigns.
Election will be held on Tuesday next week and all the citizens are expected to maintain peace and order has they exercise their democracy right.
The leader of Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Hon Raila Odinga promise to teach deputy president Hon William Samoei Ruto a lesson on 9 August election. Raila said deputy president have been insulting him for a long time during campaigns.
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