The display of political force and prowess by Kenyan political bigwigs ahead of the 2017 general elections has been witnessed around the country, particularly among leading presidential aspirants.
Dr. William Ruto, the leader of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), and Hon. Raila Odinga, his political arch rival, have been on each other's necks, spreading political propaganda for mileage and wooing people to join their camps and support their political ambitions.
With the ODM boss William Ruto in Nakuru County for a roadshow rally accompanied by top Handshake allies and the County boss Governor Lee Kinyanjui, the UDA head is attending the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi's National Delegates Convention today.
Many Kenyans have been comparing Ruto's political prowess to Baba's by looking at photos of their rallies in different parts of the country. The contrast between Raila Odinga's Nakuru rally and Ruto's gathering a few weeks ago speaks eloquently today. Photos from the events demonstrate that both politicians wield significant power in the region, and one must devise a more effective campaign strategy in order to outdo the other.
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