Presidential aspirants been showing their political muscles ahead of the 2022 General Elections. The hunt for votes is on and aspirants are visiting different regions to campaign and convince voters ahead the bruising battle. However, claims continue to emerge on how some aspirants are conducting their campaigns.
Many politicians who are allied to Raila and his die-hards have always felt that Raila should change his old tactics in attaining power. Raila has been the most influencial politician whom many Kenyans believe in him and his presidential bids have received great support from Kenyans.
At one time OKA leaders like Mudavadi were accused of just campaigning in their home counties. Recently, political analyst, Kiplangat Dennis has said that Raila is planning to visit the Rift Valley. He told him to go there and check where the problem is and he might be surprised that he will get votes. He criticised him by saying that he should stop this nonsense of boardroom meetings on how to attain power.
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