The presidential campaigns have hit a fever pitch as the frontrunners traverse the nation in search of support to bolster their chances in the forthcoming election.
Kenya Kwanza principal Musalia Mudavadi has attacked ODM leader Raila Odinga accusing him to be behind the rising cost of maize flour. He also fired at president Uhuru Kenyatta asking him to prepare for retirement together with Raila.
Speaking in Kakamega, Mudavadi told residents to support Ruto alleging that Raila's interest was to frustrate Kenyans by hiking price of maize and fuel. He urged residents to vote Ruto promising to improve agricultural sector if they form government. This prompted the crowd to chant 'tumechoka' revealing that they were tired of Uhuru's adminstration with burdening cost of living.
Musalia was in the company of Senator Cleophas Malala among other area leaders.
Other Kenya Kwanza allies today rallied Isiolo county in a vote hunting mission. The rally was led by DP Ruto, Aden Duale, Senator Kithure Kindiki, among others.
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