All the presidential hopefuls are out to seek prominence from the public and try to outwit each other in a race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when he retires.
They have been campaigning, holding meetings and enacting various strategies that will make them, remain at the front of the presidency race.
Today,Raila Odinga is set to hold a meeting in Kajiado county,which is in Rift Valley region today.
The former premier will be looking to seek support from the Maasai Community,which forms the pastoral community and among the most influential community in 2022 general elections.
After the meeting, Raila Odinga will take his campaigns to Coast region, then head to Garrisa in Northern part of Kenya.
Raila Odinga is setting his grip on the areas that have been infiltrated by DP Ruto,in a bid to wrestle them back and have them in his control.
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