The country is set for another general election come 2022 with some of the big names already, switched to campaign mode. Big names like former Prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga and the Deputy president William Ruto have already started their campaigns.
The two and other top leaders are already in the ground to strengthen their support ahead of the general elections, which will take place in August 2022.Every body in the country so far is tipping Raila and Ruto to be the two horses in next year's race to state house.
Today the former premier took his campaigns to the voter rich Mount Kenya where he made an impromptu stop over at various stop including Chaka town, Narumoro and Juja town.Netizens have since taken to social media to post various photos of Raila's stops.
Many have reacted and claimed it is Raila's time to be presidents bearing in mind that Mount Kenya, has never been Raila's stomping ground,. Here are some of the photos from the scene.
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