The political temperature is rising day by day as we approach the long awaited general election of Kenya. Kenya will hold it's fifth general election this year. Kenyans over eighteen will be qualified to vote for six elective seats. This six elective seats includes the senatorial, gubernatorial, women represenatitive, Member of parliament, Member of County Assembly and presidential seat.
The IEBC led by the Chairman Wafula Chebukati has guaranteed all voters to conduct a free, fair and transparent election. The presidential race seems to be the most hotly anticipated race. This race is dominanted by vocal, persuasive, influencial and persuasive pioneers. Presidential candidates including Deputy president William Ruto, official opposition leader Raila Odinga, professor George Wajackoya and David Wahiga.
There are two alliance overwhelming the impact in Kenya that is Kenya Kwanza led by Deputy president William Ruto and Azimio La Umoja led by former prime Minister Raila Odinga. Below is a hilarious cartoon showing the deputy president William Ruto barrier to the presidential seat and George Wajackoya seems to be the cleanest among the presidential candidates.
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