The next general election slated for August 2022 is fast approaching and political gears are fast shifting ahead of heated contests for various elective positions.
Politicians targetting elective positions have began mobilizing voters to support their bids to the elective positions they aspire to occupy.
All eyes are on the presidency as Uhuru Kenyatta will be retiring after serving two terms as the Head of State since 2013.
Tharaka Nithi County Senator Hon Kithure Kindiki has presidected doom for Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga who is seemingly the government candidate for the race to State House.
Senator Kiniki has predicted that Raila who is the government candidate will be beaten by Deputy President William Ruto who is the candidate of Kenyans with a margin of 2 million votes.
"The candidate of Kenyans will beat the Government candidate by a 2 million vote margin. A whitewash like no other," Senator Kindiki said.
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