The race to succeed the incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta continues to hit up as the two top most candidates maximise the remaining few days in search for the majority votes that will enable them enter into the state House.
According to reports by the Nation Media Group, Yesterday President Uhuru Kenyatta attended the Kasarani gymnasium to join the Akorino faithfuls in celebrating their 100th years of existence. The reports stated that the commander in Chief of Kenya defence forces, asked the faithfuls to support Raila Odinga as he gave them more Than 100 million Kenya shillings including five acres of land in Naivasha where they will build their headquarters.
The reports further added that as president Kenyatta handed over the instruments to the church, he urged the members to support the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition presidential candidate on August 9. Comment on this article and share it. Click the link below for more details. https://twitter.com/NationAfrica/status/1538722330809184256?t=f_YiJwHmpphDQ0CIhk232g&s=19
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