As clock sticks to August 9 general election, presidential hopefuls are moving all around the country to consolidate support from Kenyans in the race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta who will exit the office late this year. Deputy president Dr William Ruto today took his campaigns to West Pokot county where he continued to popularise his bottom up economic model. His top competitor was today in Homabay County to launch water project.
In his tour to Homabay County Raila Amolo Odinga was accompanied by Junet Muhammed, ODM chairperson John Mbadi among other top leaders. Raila was also accompanied by Sicily Kariuki who is the cabinet secretary of water. After the launch of water project Raila transversed Homabay County to popularise Azimio La Umoja. Raila used the opportunity to deconstruct deputy president Dr William Ruto bottom up approach.
Raila's allies also asked DP Ruto to publicly declare if he will concede defeat when Raila is announced to the winner in August 9 poll.
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