Just a few days after the Kenya Kwanza coalition launched its ambitious manifesto dubbed 'The Plan', political observers have pointed that a huge change in the dynamics of the highly competitive presidential race are already distinct.
Since the official launch, leaders allied to Azimio la Umoja coalition have been in a spree to disparage it's relevance arguing that they are baseless and unachievable since part of them were made earlier by the jubilee government yet they remain unfulfilled.
"Looks like the Kenya Kwanza manifesto has put the August Presidential contest on pedestal or a level too high for azimio to meaningfully engage. Now I understand when some friends of mine in azimio told me the manifesto is a game changer." Ahmednasir said.
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