Raila Odinga is a prominent leader in terms of the way he has been holding politics in this country.Despite him in his all life being in opposition party there are some legacies he has made in the Kenyan history. In the recent days he has lounged his campaign in Nakuru town on his bid as vieing for presidency in the coming elections.
Musalia Mudavadi on the other side is trying his best to make sure at least he represents the western people in the next government.Keeping in mind Mudavadi and Raila were in the same Coalition, NASA on the last term.They agreed to make a Coalition and support each other for presidency when ones term reaches.
It is now clear that this two leaders have made great moves as each one has raised an alarm of vieing for presidency.The big question is will they manage to gunner 50+1 votes in the general election?Mudavadi is running for president and wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka as his running mate.
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