Azimio la Umoja and Kenya Kwanza coalition are considered to be the most influential outfits to form the next government.
Azimio camp today rallied Bungoma county while Kenya Kwanza allies visited Narok county to popularize their agendas.
Raila Odinga has urged Western region voters to support his bid claiming that he will solve poverty and health issues if elected.
The crowd cheered at Raila after scathing attacks on Ruto's bottom up economic model promising that they will support Azimio's agendas of changing the economy.
According to Raila, Kenya Kwanza's agenda on bottom up was just a false promise that can not revive the current economic status.
Azimio running mate Martha Karua on the other side rallied Nakuru county. Karua has proved many as a determined woman in the current politics. Ever since she was nominated as Raila Odinga's running mate, she has counter attacked their competitors through her campaign trails across the country.
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