It has been a show of might among the top presidential aspirants as the country closes in to the next year's general elections. Top presidential aspirants including deputy president William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga have been facing of and competing in the size of crowds each can pull to their rallies.
The Kieleweke group which is allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta and which has allegedly thrown it's weight behind the retired prime minister has today mocked the Tangatanga group associated with deputy president William Ruto. This is after Raila Odinga received a heroic welcome to Rigathi Gachagua's Mathira constituency. Raila visited Githurai in Kiambu county before heading to Mathira where he pulled a large crowd.
According to the Nyeri Town member of Parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu who is a key Kieleweke leader, Raila managed a big crowd in Karatina where the area MP is DP Ruto diehard.
This is after Raila Odinga again pulled a considerably large crowd in Nanyuki and Laikipia county yesterday.
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