Raila Odinga and William Ruto who have been termed as the two horse race in the coming general elections are in the vote hunt mission in ensuring the ground is persuaded with their manifestos. The two are trying hard to outsmart their partner
Raila Odinga has hard times to convince four regions while Ruto has three regions to convince to line behind him to comfortably clinch power come 2022.
According to Nation Media Group Publication through the Taifa Leo newspaper, Mt Kenya, Ukambani, Western and Coastal regions totalling to 10.63m votes are giving Raila Odinga sleepless nights on how to line them behind him while Ruto's hectic region include, Mt Kenya, Western and Coastal region totalling to 9m votes.
This means that William Ruto is playing on a safe side as compared to his top competitor who is supposed to persuade four regions bearing in mind that Ruto makes his campaign everyday pouring a lot money which enslaves minds.
The race is still tight and only one with clever moves can be sure of clinching to power of the opponent.
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