Political figures connected to the two leading presidential candidates are currently taking all necessary steps to secure an early victory for their bosses as the 2022 elections draw near. The two leading Azimio and Kenya Keanza officials do not see the presidential campaign as a step toward safety. However, because of the support he receives from the deep state and the government of Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila seems to be enjoying himself a little bit.
Today, Hon. Sabina Chege spoke openly about the number of votes they anticipate winning in the August presidential elections.
Azimio will receive more than 15 million votes, predicts Sabina Chege, who isn't running for any office but is doing everything she can to help Raila win so she may be appointed Cabinet Secretary if Raila triumphs.
In Nairobi, Kenya, where Martha Katua was in charge of a campaign meeting in Muthurwa, Chege declared, "Tunataka kumaliza 15 million strong." Sabina Chege was positioned to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta as the "governor" of Mount Kenya, but Martha Karua passed her when she was appointed Deputy President.
As we approach the 2022 elections, the most recent Mt. Kenya opinion poll indicates that Raila is becoming more popular. The former prime minister has a popularity rating of 32.3 percent in Meru, 21.7 percent in Tharaka Nithi, and other places suggest that he will receive a sizable number of votes from the vote-rich territory.
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