As we approach to the next election in Kenya, the race for the Statehouse is becoming fun and interesting. Despite the electoral board of Kenya clearing four candidates to vie for the presidential bid ahead of the upcoming August elections. The presidential bid is narrowed down to two candidates, this include William Ruto the Kenya Kwanza party leader and Raila Odinga the Azimio la Umoja party leader.
Nevertheless, the roots party leader, George Wajackoyah is gaining popularity everyday, and he seems to appear on the same lane with Raila Odinga and William Ruto. This is because of his manifesto which includes to legalize bhag if elected as the next president of Kenya.
However, according to statistics Raila Odinga the Azimio la Umoja party leader is the most preferred candidate as compared to George Wajackoyah and William Ruto the Kenya Kwanza party leader.
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