He has expressed a strong interest in the elections in Central Kenya and the Upper East, which analysts believe will have a significant impact on who becomes the next President.
Area governors have been among those leading his campaigns, as well as hosting and accompanying him to campaign rallies.
It appears that addressing their people in their mother tongue is one of their strategies for persuading them by making them appear closer to them.
The Star has learned that this strategy is used to connect with the people by Lee Kinyanjui of Nakuru and Nderitu Muriithi of Laipikia while in the company of Raila.
Raila is penetrating the region and succeeding in scaling the mountain ahead of the awaited polls, according to Muriithi, who told the paper that their efforts are paying off.
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