Kenya is headed to another general election come ninth August this year.With key political Bigwigs keen and aspiring to replace the incumbent President,Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta,pundits have narrowed down the presidential contest to a two-horse race pitting Deputy President William Samoei Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Amolo Odinga.
Despite other players equally being in the race,the duo are viewed as the personalities enjoying massive and fanatical following as well as backing Countrywide.
That Raila and Ruto are seen to be the leading presidential contenders,has received mixed reactions with various leaders eyeing the same seat downplaying and castigating the above assertions.They have clarrified that Kenyans are the ones to make final decision on the ballot come August ninth.
Wading into the above debate and analogy,another presidential hopeful have downplayed the notion that Kenya only has two horses in the presidential contest.Televangelist Reuben Kigame has asserted that Kenyans are fed up and tired of the above narrative and should be left alone to make the final decision come the D-Day.He urged his fellow competitors to brace for a tough battle ahead.
Kigame was speaking in Luanda constituency,Vihiga County when he officially launched his bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when he would formally exit State House come August this year.
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