Both Deputy President William Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement Party leader, Raila Odinga held conservative meetings and talks in different parts of the country. As they continued to rally locals to support their bids.
As Raila, his allies pitched their tent in the Western part of Kenya. That is Luanda Counstiuency, in Vihiga County. Attending a crucial event, aimed at promoting education for children.
As they overseed the ongoing voter's registration process by IEBC.Raila later marking the end of his daily activities, stormed the Luanda market.
Where he was received by huge crowds of his supporters. Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his tour in the region?
An opportunity Raila did not seize but continued to popularize his Azimio la Umoja bid, rallying locals to support his quest for the presidency.
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Deputy President William Ruto, accompanied by his allies was available at Iipolosat Farm, Kaputie North, Kajiado East constituency in Kajiado County.
Where he continued to rally locals to support his quest to the statehouse. As he popularized his bottom-up economics and hustler narratives.
Later, he stormed Kitengela town. Where he was received by huge crowds of his supporters. Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his tour in the region.
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