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The Mount Kenya region remains the spotlight for quite some time to most prominent leaders. This is because it has the highest number of registered voters thus for one to emerge a winner, he or she should amass a good number of supporters from the area. Nonetheless, more effort should be put into other parts of the country to ensure one wins big.
The incumbent deputy president William Ruto and Honorable Raila Odinga remain to be the toughest contestants in the presidential race. The two enjoy a large number of followers thus have high odds of producing our next head of state. However, the choice of their running mates will highly determine their success.
Ruto is for the 'hustler nation' and the founder of the United Democratic Alliance that has gained fame quickly. Odinga advocates for unity and he is the Orange Democratic Movement boss. The following are some cartoon images showing their struggles as they hunt for Votes.
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