It is now true that the Kenyan politics is now becoming much hotter more so for the presidency race ahead of the august elections.The two top presidential aspirants honourable William Ruto and former prime minister who is also the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party flag bearer has been in the front line to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Today Raila Junior has posted on his Twitter account where the Azimio Skaters were distributing the Azimio's manifestos along the streets of Nairobi.It is now true that the deputy president William Ruto today is expected to publicly release the Kenya Kwanza manifestos ahead of the august elections.
Many Kenyans have really reacted to this post with varied reactions online with many supporting his father's presidency bid while others seriously opposing the entire Azimio brigade.It is now high time the Kenyan youths to ensure that they keep off from being used by politicians to bring violence in the country.
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