We are just counting months to the next year's general elections in Kenya. Citizens are, therefore, advised to distance themselves from political leaders who uses money to only lure them for votes. The year 2022 is the chosen year that citizens of Kenya are expected to come out in large numbers to vote for their next political leaders under a free and fair atmosphere.
All politicians are now out, trying to sell their public images in an abide to win more votes from the citizens. However, a strong race has been witnessed between the two main presidential seat aspirants, that is, the ODM party leader Raila and the Deputy President William Ruto.
The former prime minister is trying by all means possible to win the next year's presidential elections. He wants to ensure that he maintains his good public image. As one of the means of achieving this, Raila has distant himself from the government scandals involving finance. According to him, he has been tempted many times by some political leaders in the government to partake some corruption deals but he successfully resisted them like Jesus.
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