The upcoming Presidential Election is expected to pit The Deputy President against his arch-rival Raila Odinga. The two candidates have been identified as the leading competitors in the two-horse race.
This has left the likes of Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka to gamble their chances elsewhere. The ANC leader recently shocked the country after he announced that he was going to join hands with Ruto in the upcoming 2022 presidential elections.
Moses Wetangula has also teamed up with Ruto as they look to launch a strong bid against Raila Odinga and his Azimio la Umoja Coalition. Earlier today the three leaders held a joint rally in Eldama Ravine where they introduced their new political Slogan.
Ruto tried to lead the masses to master the Slogan but failed with many left confused because of its length. The failure left Ruto Unimpressed but still tried his best. The Slogan goes as follows "Harambee - Kenya Kwanza, Kazi Ni Kazi- Bottom Up, Uchumi bora, pesa mfukoni "
It's however just a matter of time before Kenyans are able to master the new Slogan.
Meanwhile, share with us your thoughts on the matter kindly.
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