Politics is a game and if you don't know how to deal with your decisions, they will affect you a great deal. And of course, you need to listen what the citizens wants.
We have seen on the leading coalitions in Kenya, 'Kenya Kwanza' and 'Azimio La Umoja,' the way it has been tricky in choosing the running mate.
On Sunday, mid morning the deputy, William Ruto picked his running mate, Gachagua and yesterday, 'Baba' Raila choose, Marth Karua as his running mate. Of course the first female running mate in Kenya.
The both heard what the citizens wanted and went by that.
People congratulates Raila for chosing a woman and this will maybe affect his election positively. Ruto also had aconsideration that was based on the citizens.
They both never wants to risk their chances.
As we are eagerly waiting the general election, please maintain peace and order. Love you neighbor as you have been because politics will finally go away.
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