Today ODM party leader Raila Amollo Odinga toured Narok county.Raila continued campaigns for his "Azimio La Umoja" initiative urging Kenyans to come together with Love, Peace and Unity.Speaking to the residents of Narok Odinga urged them to stand with him in the forthcoming 2022 elections, promising to create Jobs for the unemployed, develop the economy, ensure there is no corruption and eradicate poverty by any means.He received a big boost as many leaders from the county endorsed his presidency.
On the other side the Deputy president William Samoei Ruto toured Makueni county where he continued to hunt votes in the popular Ukambani region.Ruto drummed up support for his Bottom-UP economic model saying that it is the right thing that will change Kenya in a different way.Speaking to the residents of Makueni he promised them that the "Hustler Nation" will bring all kenyans to one place and ensure even the small scale retailers earn from their businesses.
According to the photos I have shared, who do you think attracted a large crowd today between Deputy president William Ruto and ODM party leader Raila Odinga.Share your thoughts down here.
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