Raila's meeting today
Raila Odinga today stormed various parts of the Mount Kenya Region while his 2022 main rival William Ruto met several leaders and youths from different parts of the country. The two leaders are keen on ensuring that they put their houses in order as 2022 slowly approaches.
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From the look of things, the two leaders are trying as much as they can to marshal a strong team that will be instrumental in ensuring that the numbers in the next polls favor them. The numbers factor will play a critical role in next year’s polls.
Raila’s meeting in Githurai was attended by a huge multitude that brought the area to a standstill notwithstanding that today was a working day and the area was filled. He was accompanied by several Mount Kenya leaders.
Ruto on the other hand held a successful meeting with young voters who openly declared their love for him in the next general election which is assumed to be a two-horse race between Ruto and Raila. Below are images from the two meetings today;
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