With barely less than a year to August 2022 general elections,key presidential aspirants are hastening their nationwide campaigns in a bid to emerge victorious come the D-Day.
On Friday, Deputy President William Samoei Ruto took his campaigns and meet-the-people tours to Kakamega county.DP Ruto addressed series of roadside rallies and meetings in the region perceived to be controlled by ODM party leader Raila Amolo Odinga and ANC'S Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi.
While Ruto was in Kakamega,Raila Odinga was in Nyamira County where he went to preside over a fundraiser.In the company of Raila were Interior and Coordination CS Fred Matiang'i,Kisii Governor James Ongwae among other key leaders.
While in Nyamira,Interior and Coordination CS Fred Matiang'i boldly declared that he would vehemently and strongly support Raila Odinga in his 2022 presidential bid.Matiang'i who warmly welcomed Raila in his backyard has said that he would back and campaign for Raila to become the fifth President of Kenya come what may.
Matiang'i's backing of Raila is a great news to Raila as it would spice up his grip in the entire Nyanza vote block.
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