With only 71 days till the general election, presidential contenders and other candidates are working to strengthen their constituencies and capture the hearts of Kenyans who will vote.
The Kenya Kwanza Coalition, led by Deputy President William Ruto, has made considerable progress today, with a leading Rift Valley politician claimed to have joined him for the first time in his presidential campaign to endorse his position.
Former Bomet governor and CCM leader Isaac Ruto is a man who joined Ruto's camp after days of peace. Ruto's party was due to sign an agreement with the Kenyan federation in Kwanza Kwanza but disputes erupted, delaying the process.
However, although he is not yet a member of the coalition, he today joined the second official in Narok where he officially approved his presidency. On his social media pages, the vice president continued to applaud him and other members of Kenya first spent his day with him at Ole Ntimama Stadium in the Narok region.
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