As the country prepares to hold its general election in August 9, there has been different formations of coalitions by political parties in order to attract more votes. It is believed that there are two front runners in presidential race with huge followings across all regions of the country
However, president Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to meet the deputy president William Ruto and Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party leader Raila Odinga tommorow at the 19th national prayer breakfast in Nairobi
The theme of this year's prayer breakfast is 'transition'. The prayer comes just 74 days before the country goes for a general election that will see Kenyans elect their fifth president
While speaking to Nation media, the co-chair of the event, Dan Maanzo, expounded that they don't expect politics since the country is facing an election. It has been further established that the clergy will be in charge of delivering the keynote address, Kenyans have expressed different views concerning the event.
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