Both the Deputy President William Ruto and Raila Odinga have numbers. This is clear by the way that people show up at their campaigns. They have a way of drawing crowds towards them without doing anything at all. This is mesmerizing and at times, we get excited by the way that the two of them receive love.
Today, deputy president was in Kwale County at a local church. According to his tweets, he joined the leadership and residents of Kinango Town in Kinango Constituency, Kwale County, for the dedication and launch of the Duruma full Bible in the company of area Governor Salim Mvurya. From the photos that he had posted, a lot of people came to show him support and attended the function.
On the other hand, former prime minister Raila Odinga had his campaign in Nyeri county. From the photos, you could tell that the people in the area were expecting him. They came in large numbers and showed their support to him.
Here is a photo of comparison between the two campaigns:
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