The One Kenya Alliance party leaders have been on their campaign trails since they received major backlash for not being active. Yesterday, they were in Bungoma County and today Gideon Moi was busy in Iten.
Moi sent his appreciation message to the people of Iten for the major turn out as he stated: "Sports is a critical social entrepreneurship venture. Therefore, we commit to improving athletic infrastructure and uplifting the lives of athletes.
Despite the heavy rains, I am glad that the residents of Iten - the home of champions - came out to acknowledge our greetings."
On the other hand, the Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga and his team were in Nyeri County concluding their two days tour.
Raila Odinga has been gradually winning over the support from the Mt Kenya region which boasts of more than seven million registered voters.
The former Prime Minister has received more leaders to his side which means that he will get a major share of the votes.
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