Competition for the number of votes between ODM leader Raila Odinga and UDA candidate William Ruto is so tight. The race is in the hands of the two as they have great support to win. Other candidates such as Waihiga and Wajackoya are not strong enough to challenge these two.
Since naming of the running mates, Raila Odinga has been favourite to win the seat. This has forced Ruto to go back to the drawing board to come up with strategies to counter Raila's force. One of the strategies was to come up with women groups in Mt Kenya region to ensure he gets enough votes.
And now, Ruto has again come up with another strategy of signing chatters with various groups to get as many votes as possible. Kenya Kwanza has adopted this intelligent strategy to counter Raila's force in presidential race. With this signing of chatters with different interest groups and regions to ensure he leads the race ahead of August general election.
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