The campaigns towards the 2022 general elections have started, with political leaders aligning themselves in to different parties that they feel will guarantee them a win in their different contests.
The presidential seat has attracted a number of aspirants, with analyst stating that the race is only between the ODM leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto.
The duo have been traversing the country, and have also met their allies, with critics from both camps hitting on each other over their ideologies and their new ways of wooing voters.
On Thursday, Ruto met a section of leaders ad opinion sharpers from Kajiado West at his Karen Residence, who pledged to support his presidential bid and popularize the Bottom up economic model.
The MP George Sunkuiya told Ruto that he had no competitor in the coming polls, since Raila, Gideon Moi, Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and the others were focusing on boardroom meetings and were yet to decide who they will work with.
"We have already decided, Raila met the billionaires and other leaders while Ruto met with thousands of grassroot leaders, how will they compete with us," said Sunkuiya.
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