Political punches are being witnessed in different parts of the country, each candidate has set the manifesto bars high. The hot contest will be among the top presidential candidates, William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza versus Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition.
News claims have now emerged from a family cousin of Uhuru Kenyatta, claiming about their most preferred presidential candidate. According to King's Mwigai, president Uhuru Kenyatta cannot force the mount residents to elect Rail Odinga as the next president of the republic.
Kung'u said it is hard to convince the residents to elect Ruto since they have already decided to elect Ruto because of the love they have bonded.
The cousin added that no matter which measures Uhuru will use to impose Raila Odinga, they won't still work.
Mount Kenya is amongst the key pillar regions which will determine the next president of the republic. The region carries over 5 million votes, and each of the deputy president aspirants comes from Mount Kenya.
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