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2022 Votes Hunt: DP Ruto In Nyandarua As Raila Heads To Nyeri, OKA Camps In Bungoma

 It will be a weekend filled with political activities as various political parties set out to rally voters behind them ahead of the 2022 general election.

 Vice President William Ruto, who will not attend the 7th Devolution Conference as scheduled, will cross Nyandarua County on Friday as he mobilizes support for his UDA party and his scam movement.

 On the other hand, ODM chief Raila Odinga on Friday heads to Nyeri County for a two-day tour as he rallies support for his call for unity Azimio la Umoja.

 Odinga's itinerary indicates that he will begin his visit to Nyeri County with a meeting of around 3,000 elders from all counties of Mount Kenya at the Kabiruini field. The meeting is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

 The ODM leader will then meet with nearly 1,000 young people from six constituencies.

 He will then end the day with a dinner where he will meet professionals and businessmen at the Nyeri Golf Club from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

 On Saturday, he is expected to meet various delegates from Mount Kenya at the Ruring'u Stadium before embarking on rallies and stopovers in the town of Nyeri, Othaya, Mukurweini and Karatina.

 At the same time, One Kenya Alliance (OKA) directors Musalia Mudavadi and Senator Moses Wetangula will participate this weekend; Friday and Saturday lead their team on meet and greet tours in Bungoma and Trans Nzoia counties.

 On Friday, the OKA team is expected to make stops in Kwa Dinah, Bukembe, Kanduyi and Bungoma before heading to Trans Nzoia on Saturday.

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