The race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta has already began. Many political bigwigs are sharpening there daggers to face each other. It's expected to be tough race in presidential race.
Among the political bigwigs who have already announced there ambitions is Baringo senator Gidion Moi, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Ford Kenya Moses Wetangula and the deputy president William Ruto and also the business mogue Jimmy Wanjingi.
The former prime minister Raila Odinga has not yet announced his bid but he is expected to announce it soon. The one Kenya Brigade Is speculated to be in dark light and dillema since they have not got a flag bearer to lead the coalition come 2022.
Today, the one Kenya Alliance OKA brigade was in the larger Tranzsoia county. They vowed that they will be on ballot and they will not be forced to support anyone come 2022. KANU leader was absent.
Gidion Moi was in the larger Elgeiyo marakwet county drumming his support. The area Is speculated to be Dp Ruto's Backyard but Gidion Moi pulled a large crowds.
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