The race to succeed the fourth President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is one of the hottest one in the Kenyan Political history. This is because it has gained interest from four presidential hopefuls: the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition's Raila Odinga, Kenya Kwanza's William Ruto, Roots party's George Wajackoyah and Agano Party's Reverend David Waihiga Mwaure.
The Azimio and the Kenya Kwanza presidential candidates are the most dominant ones carrying the voters interests with the highest percentage.
Today, the Azimio team stormed Nyeri County which is the home County for the Kenya Kwanza's deputy presidential candidate Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua.
In a stopover at Karatina, Raila's team was hillariously welcomed by the residents and business owners who gave them an ample time of selling their manifesto in efforts to seal the former Prime Minister's fifth time State House bid.
The Azimio brigade made several stopovers in the county with residents affirming their unwavering support for the ODM boss.
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