Today, Hon David Mwaure Waihiga who is one of the four presidential candidates will be launching his manifesto. He will be the last Candidate to launch his manifesto as other three have already unveiled theirs.
All the other three presidential candidates; Hon Raila Odinga, Dr William Ruto and Prof George Wajackoyah launched their manifesto late in the evening, but the case is different for AGANO Presidential Candidate.
According to the report from TV 47 Kenya, Hon David Mwaure will be launching his manifesto at noon. The event will be aired by almost all TV and radio stations in the country.
After this, Kenyans will now have a chance to choose their most preferred presidential candidate based on the agenda that the four have included in their manifesto. Currently, presidential race has been termed as three-horse race and Mwaure's manifesto is likely to make it a four-race. What's your view on this? Leave your comment and share this article with your friends. Also, remember to follow us in order to receive more updates.
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