Deputy President William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga are seen as Kenya's top flight politicians as they eye for presidency in 2022. The two leaders have been putting much effort in making inroads to the central and Mount Kenya Region which is seen as vote rich and may decide the next presidency.
The two leaders have been attracting large crowds in various regions just as they would have amassed in their own backyards. However, at this rate several of them might be rushing to conclusions that they have won the hearts of Kenyans when they see such crowds.
Dp Ruto had been received with a tremendous crowd in Siaya, nobody could have imagined about it, same case to hon Raila Odinga in Eldoret. The question however is, are these crowds the actual votes? The answer lies in the ballot and would be decided in August 8, 2022.
Nyeri mp Hon Kimani Ngujiri had also agreed that amassing large crowds doesn't reflect how elections would be. This is because Kenyans have taken politics to another level, They welcome every leader but the decision is reserved for the ballot.
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