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Why 2022 Presidential Elections Will Be Different From The Past Elections

Every five years Kenyans go to the ballot box to elect new leaders. This coming year on 9th august to be precise it will be an election day. Kenyans will have a chance to elect new leader or maintain those have worked well for them.

The presidential seat has attracted a number of aspirants that include ODM leader Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, National parliament speaker Justine Muturi Governor Alfred Mutua and Kivutha Kibwana.

Compared to the last elections no woman has Shawn any interest in contesting the presidential seat. In the past election we saw the likes of Charity Ngilu and Martha Karua who contested for top seat.

In this coming election central Kenya votes will not go as a block compared to the past elections where by their had their preferred candidate. All the aspirants will fight to get a percentage so as to add up to their basket.

With the covid pandemic at hand we are yet to see how the independence electoral and boundary commission will run the election processes.

Lets all be safe and follow covid rules.

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