The political season in Kenya is on and people are eyeing for the general election that is to happen in August of this month. The next president of Kenya is so much anticipated with the Raila and his competitor Ruto first spreading their political agendas across the country looking for votes.
However, the azimio la umoja movement leader has being warned by the cabinet secretary of agriculture Hon Peter Munya on how well William Ruto has prepared the ground so as to succeed Uhuru. He met with hisNjali supporters and made it clear to people that ruto is not someone to be taken lightly, and it is only God who knows how it will end. Raila on the other han is struggling to do campaigns ang rallies due to his health condition. This leaves Ruto with high chances of becoming president in the coming elections.
Politicians are seen leaving Azimio movement and joining the hustler movement.
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