Vocal Lawyer AhmedNasir Abdullahi has reacted to Raila's visit in Eldoret Town Friday, an area seemingly viewed as the Deputy President William Ruto's stronghold. According to the flamboyant City lawyer, the two leading candidates in 2022 presidential race have shown maturity and tolerance. AhmedNasir says that not violence has been witnessed in recent campaigns unlike in other years where competing candidates were treated with hostility whenever they visited their opponents strongholds. The former Prime Minister was in Eldoret and has been for the last few weeks been crisscrossing counties that the Deputy President William Ruto has received massive backing. Raila Odinga started with counties within Mt Kenya region where Ruto seem to have Created enough networks.
The Vocal City lawyer that the way the two leaders are carrying on with their Politics is a clear indication that we are one nation and one is free to campaign in every village.
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