Kenya as a country is currently experiencing political campaigns, as political temperatures continue to rise. Top politicians especially those who are political aspirants, have been going round in search of support and endorsements from various leaders.
The two top presidential aspirants, Former prime minister Rt. Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga and Deputy president Dr. William Arap Samoei Ruto are currently holding political rallies across the country, with Ruto preaching the Bottom Up economy model while Raila is preaching the 'Azimio la Umoja' initiative.
Today, the former premier has taken his 'Azimio la Umoja' to Mount Kenya, in Maua Meru County where he brought businesses to a stand still and Kenyans cannot keep quiet about this. They have taken to social media to react on Raila's rally. Here are some of their reactions, with some being so hilarious ;
One said "Nikiona Watu hivo mm naona tu 6k imeiva", while another said "And the whole country is happy 6k looming", a third said "we coming together, kama sio sasa ni sasa hivi". so what do you think about this?
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