Marsabit county will be one of the stops on the campaign path for William Ruto, who is running for president of Kenya Kwanza. To assist in garnering support for their candidacy, he will be joining forces with his running companion Rigathi Gachagua as well as other figures who are aligned with their coalition.
Ruto and Gachagua are continuing their campaign path in Marsabit, where they are currently on their second day. Ruto is scheduled to appear on KTN news in Nairobi at 7.30 p.m. later today for an interview.
Raila Odinga, on the other side, will be campaigning in Kirinyaga county on Thursday as the candidate for the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance.
To help sell the Azimio agenda, he'll be joined by his running companion Martha Karua and other figures from the coalition. On Wednesday, Raila and Martha brought the gospel of Azimio to Kiambu county. Before holding joint demonstrations in Kiambu, Karua met with Teachers' Unions Officials in Nairobi.
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