The country is set to have a new President who will take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta the leadership of this country. There are top names on the list eyeing the position including Raila Odinga, William Ruto, Jimmy Wanjigi, Ruben Kigame, Wajackoya among other top aspirants. The stage is set for the aspirants with only two months remaining to know who will rule the country.
Many claim that the favourites for the position are ODM leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto. The two have strong support in the country which gives them upper hand in winning the seat.
Westland Member of Parliament aspirant on UDA party and former LSK President Nelson Havi have now favoured Wajackoya to win the coming presidential seat. On his twitter account, Having posted Wajackoya with his deputy saying that, "This is it!. The 5th and his Deputy" This is the first time Having is favoutio other presidential candidate. He has been backing Ruto but it is now controversy that he has changed his might to campaign for Wajackoya. Is this mind game or what?
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