It is always interesting to compare leaders that accompanied either Raila Odinga or DP Ruto to a certain region as it is an indicator of acceptance.Today,5th July 2022, Deputy President William Ruto led his brigade to Isiolo county in his quest for the presidency. On the other hand, former Prime Minister honorable Raila Odinga led his foot soldiers to Nyeri County on a vote hunting mission. Honorable Raila Odinga was accompanied by his running mate, honorable Martha Karua.Moreover, familiar faces of his team were also present; Thika Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu, honorable Peter Kenneth, Mheshimiwa Maina Kamanda, and Kieni Member of Parliament hon Kanini Kega were also in the spotlight.On the other hand, Deputy President William Ruto was welcomed by his longtime political ally, honorable Aden Duale.DP Ruto was also accompanied by MP Ndindi Nyoro, Kithure Kindiki, Hussein Tene, and Nicholas Mugabe.What are your thoughts on the company of these two leaders?
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