As 2022 General elections approach, political parties are currently revamping themselves as they employ new tactics that will ensure the success of their political mission.
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party has once again been offered a boost after details of a Mt. Kenya Party that is set to enter into pact with them emerges.
RBK is a party is associated with the former Education PS James Ole Kiyiapi. The party officials led by Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi and National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi are now considering how they will rebrand, revamp and popularize the party in preparations of 2022 general elections i.e. according to the Party Secretary General Mugambi Imanyara, the party is set to register over one million member's in the next 3 months.
This shows how politics are changing day by day as popular parties like ODM and UDA double their efforts in seeking the Mt. Kenya votes.
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