The race to succeed Incumbent President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta continues to hit up as the Presidential Candidates are having busy schedules as they look for ways that will enable them to succeed President Uhuru.
Kericho Senator, who is also the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) nominee for the August polls, Hon Aaron Cheruiyot has noted two regions that the roots party presidential candidate Prof George Wajackoyah has gained popularity.
While speaking this morning in KTN TV, the Senator has stated that Wajackoyah has gained so much popularity in Kisumu and Kericho. According to the senator, there are areas in both counties where they are normally referred to as 'base' where youths and those people who enjoy what Prof Wajackoyah had promised, and he noted that he is gaining popularity and may become a threat to the Hustler Nation.
In case Prof George Wajackoyah gets more than 500,000 votes, he might be the person who will force a run-off in the presidential race come August 9. Share your thoughts on this article. Click on the link below for more information. https://twitter.com/KTNNewsKE/status/1539098030686629888?t=m23mYTxFZaq2vBvyRZRCKw&s=19
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