Today key politicians seeking the presidential seat set foot in two different parts of the country to solidify their bids ahead of 2022. The two leaders who once shared the same party are in the last-minute rush to ensure that the nation gets to feel their touch when it comes to their manifesto and 2022 agenda for their regions.
Raila who set foot in Mombasa was received by among others Governor Joho and Mvita legislator who have assured him of their support com 2022. On the other hand, Ruto who touched down in Kalonzo’s home tuff managed to pull a sizable number of residents including some of the Wiper legislators.
Both leaders revealed to the residents their plans to ensure that the country's transitions to development come next year when the president's term comes to an end. From the photos shared by the two leaders, it is quite evident that 2022 will be a numbers game with those with the majority winning the elections.
Below are photos from the two events.
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