The presidential races have reached a fever pitch as the front-runners travel the country in search of votes to increase their chances of winning the upcoming election.
Farnandes Barasa, an ODM candidate, is Malala's main opponent in the race.
The presidential contests have heated up as the front-runners canvas the nation in an effort to boost their chances of winning the upcoming election.
Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the ANC, led a Kenya Kwanza rally in the Western region that stopped in Kakamega county. When Senator Cleophas Malala joined him, he used the opportunity to present his platforms.
The main challenger to Malala in the race is ODM candidate Farnandes Barasa.
He urged them to back Bonny Khalwale of the UDA and DP William Ruto.
In an effort to secure votes, Tharaka Nithi county was organized by other Kenya Kwanza allies. Along with other allies, they were led by DP Ruto, Justin Muturi, Alfred Mutua, Kithure Kindiki, and Ndindi Nyoro.
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