The presidential candidates' manifesto has recently become the topic of discussion. This comes after Wajackoyah, a candidate for the Roots party, and William Ruto, the vice president and UDA's presidential standard bearer, both unveiled their manifestos yesterday.
Following the manifesto launch, the Kenya Kwanza team will go to Embu County for the election campaign rallies. Gubernatorial candidate Cecily Mbarire will greet them.
This occurs at a time when Raila Odinga, a former prime minister, is in Nyamira County rallying support for his candidacy for president ahead of the general election. This occurs at a time when people are contrasting the two candidates based on their promises to the populace if they are given the opportunity to lead the nation.
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