The race for the August presidential polls is becoming very competitive between the ODM leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga and the current Deputy President William Samoei Ruto.Different people have been trying to weigh the crowd that both leaders attract ahead of the poll to see who is widely accepted.
Ruto toured Makueni County today to attend a Church contribution and later on addressed Makueni County residents at Nzeveni market. Ruto has been campaigning tirelessly and we need to see how his rally was Attended to see if his regular campaigns are earning him much support and giving him popularity. Below are the photos of his Rally at Nzeveni Market.
On the other hand, the former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga toured Nandi County today for his Azimio la Umoja movement campaigns ahead of the polls. He met a crowd at Ololunga and later on held a mega rally at Ewaso Nyiro Market. Here are the images at Ololunga rally.
Who do you think attracted the large crowd according to the images?
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