It is less than fourty days toward the general election of Kenya. The IEBC (Indipendent Electrol and Boundaries) led by Chebukati has assured all voters to conduct free and transparent election. International institutions observing rights has also urged Kenyans to promote peaceful politics.
The presidential race in all account seems to be the most hotly anticipated race. This race is dominanted by influential, vocal, persuasive and powerful politicians. This presidential competitors includes Professor George Wajackoya, current serving Deputy president of Kenya William Samoei Ruto, former prime minister Raila Odinga and David Wahiga.
Azimio La Umoja led by official opposition leader Raila Odinga was in Nyeri County where they continued to sell their manifesto and criticized Kenya Kwanza led by Deputy president William Ruto. Nyeri County is a Stronghold of Kenya Kwanza but today it attracted a big crowd. Kenyans have reacted as follows as Azimio attracts big crowds.
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