The country is warming up for next year's general election in August.Preparations towards the election are underway.The electoral body IEBC has already hit the road running by starting to register new voters.This is ongoing despite the cries by IEBC that the fundings are not enough for the exercise.Politicians have come out urging Kenyans to register in mass.
Raila Odinga is gaining some political momentum that has started worrying the UDA party.His recent tours to the mountain region has been applauded coupled with his warm reception by the Mount Kenya tycoons.President Kenyatta has already hinted at supporting Odinga for the top seat.
Today,Taifa leo has published some news on its headline about Odinga.The newspaper has said that in deed Odinga is getting supported by all the sons of the former Presidents.This has ignited reactions from some UDA allies.Muthama has now said that this sends a message that the son of no one cannot rise to the top office with Sylvia Wangeci saying that the hustlers are stuck with DP Ruto.
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