The campaigns towards the 2022 elections are now firmly rooted deep in the ground.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission,(IEBC) has not yet officiated these campaigns despite their run.
The Ruto's brigade this week toured in the Coastal region for a seven-day mission. The Coastal region has been known to be a stronghold for the former Prime Minister and ODM party leader, Hon Raila Odinga.
The large crowds in Ruto's campaigns on the coast have caused sleepless nights to Raila Odinga and the allies. This invades is a clear indication that the long-awaited elections will be full of surprises.
A large crowd in Kongowewa Market was a remarkable one. Thousands of locals came out in masses to cheer the Hustler, Ruto.
Wahome Thuku, a close ally of Baba, responded to this in a post on Facebook by saying, "Ruto's large crowd in Kongowea will come and go. Raila's crowd will also come, either the same people or different. But the market will remain".
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