At the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, two candidates have already arrived for today's presidential discussion.
The presidential candidate for the Roots Party, George Wajackoyah, is the first to enter. Waihiga Mwaure, a presidential candidate for the Agano Party, arrived shortly after him.
Wajackoyah issued conditions that the organizers must abide by before he may debate, nevertheless, as he was entering the location.
The leader of the Roots party insisted that they hold a discussion with Mwaure of Agano aside from the other three presidential contenders. He claimed that he had gone to find out if they would have a chance to discuss together and that, if not, he would not take part.
"I won't go unless there are four of us. They didn't reply to my mail, therefore I've come here to confirm. The media seeks to taint our society's intelligence. If they won't let me engage in a discussion with the other two, then screw them "He said.
Mwaure's only criteria were that he be confident enough to share his plan with Kenyans and explain why it is crucial for them to elect him as a means of bringing about change in the nation.
"As for why I'm running in this race, I'm ready to meet my rivals and explain to Kenyans that we've had issues ever since being independence, and we've come here to offer solutions. Any dream is legitimate... This country must reform. I am looking forward to the debate with my opponent and even the other two "Wajackoyah remarked.
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