The political aspirants are now making vows to kenyans to elect them promising to bring change to kenyans. Each aspirant using his or her own tactic to have many votes.
Focusing on the presidential seat, president Uhuru Kenyatta has a few months to exit the State House. However, the person who will succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta is yet to be known. Although the presidential hopefuls are now on the ground seeking Kenyans to elect them, here are three groups that will determine next president.
1. Youth group.
The IEBC according to its report, is targeting to register 6 million of youths as voters. This implies that the number of youths that are likely to vote in the next general elections is 6 million if all will be registered as voters. Infant the register process is expected to commence next month. Therefore, if any presindetial hopeful will manage to have many youths on his side, then the chance of winning is high.
This why presidential hopefuls are now trying to reach to youths to secure good votes. For instance, today, Raila Odinga made a group of youths in Nanyuki county.
Here is the video of Raila Odinga with youths of Nanyuki. https://twitter.com/i/status/1442116566707933185
Same is happening to other presidential hopefuls like Deputy President William Ruto.2. Group of Wealthy Tycoons from Central region.
The wealthy tycoons are influantial to the Presidential elections. Since they fund campaigns, mobilisation of voters and ensuring the party activities. This implies that if the presidential hopeful will have many supporters from this group, then the chances of getting into State House are high.
(Image of Raila Odinga and Mt. Kenya Tycoons).
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