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How The Ground Was In Ruto's Rally On Sunday 22nd

In politics, the size of the crowd that attends a specific gathering represents the leader's power. As the general election approaches on August 9, authorities, including presidential candidates, are touring counties to solicit voter support. Today, Raila Odinga's pro-government Azimio La movement led a campaign to Narok County, while Kenya Kwanza Alliance led a campaign to the Rift Valley.

After attending a church service at PCEA church in Langas, Kapseret constituency, Deputy President William Samoei launched his campaign in Uasin Gishu County. Later, he visited a rally at Kampiamoto, Nakuru County, where he drew a large crowd. Other Kenya Kwanza allies, including Kiharu member of parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro, accompanied him.

This means that if Kenyan elections were held today, the next government would have come from either Odinga's Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance or Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp.

While Kenyans excitedly await the next general elections, certain leaders have been spotted jumping from one political wave to the next, particularly from the Kenya Kwanza Alliance to the Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance and vice versa.

It was a significant boost for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp in the Mt Kenya region when businessmen who had previously supported Azimio changed their minds and backed Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance campaign.This occurred as a result of a series of meetings, according to the source.

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