Kenya's political temperatures are already high in anticipation of next year's polls.Alignments and "divorces" (as in PDR and Jubilee) are on.Kipchumba Murkomen,in a live interview with Citizen TV's Waihiga Mwaura disclosed that there may be "Nicodemuses" in the DP's residence with the aim of planning their political futures.
One man that has declared his interest in the top seat is the man from Sugoi,Dr.William Ruto.He has been on the radar of both mainstream and new media,I believe because of the ongoing feud between his Tangatanga group and the Kieleweke lot.
One of the most prominent merits of a democratic system is that the electorates get access to a wide range of,not necessarily individuals, but policies to choose from.During a live interview with veteran journalist Linus Kaikai of Citizen TV the DP expounded on his plan of channeling resources to the groups at the bottom of the financial pyramid,in what he termed as a "bottom-up approach",an act that would resultantly catalyse the count of small and medium enterprises.
On the other hand,his most formidable competitors,the Right Honourable Raila Odinga and his team have seen their conversations revolve around criticizing Ruto's style of politics, whether their criticism is valid or otherwise,I leave you to be the judge.The group is yet to make open their governance technique if at all they are given the chance.
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