Most Kenyans have shifted their attention to the next general elections, slated for August 2022. Based on the current political scenery, it has been rumoured that in the coming presidential race, only two candidates are determined to participate in the race. According to a public opinion, the two candidates are Deputy President William Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga.
The two candidates have intensified their campaigns ahead of next year's polls, visiting various parts of the country to lobby for their presidential aspirations.
However, one of the ex-Nasa principals, Musalia Mudavadi has made it clear that the presidential race should not yet be narrowed into two candidates. As per a report from KBC News, the ANC chairman came out to strongly condemn the aspect of some leaders confusing the crowd in their rallies.What are your thoughts on this? Kindly drop a comment, like this post, share it and don't forget to hit that follow button.
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