With the General elections fast approaching, the aspiring politicians are seriously on the campaign trail. The presidential seat is the most attractive with Kenyan highly involved in talks about who will be their next chief of defense forces.
The two main horses are Raila Odinga of Azimio La Umoja and William Ruto who heads the Kenya Kwanza team. Ruto who is currently serving as the Deputy President of Kenya held his campaign at Narok. The residents of Narok Turned out in large number to welcome the outspoken leader from Rift Valley. The Kenya Kwanza side must have been happy to see the crowd considering that Raila did not receive the same some days ago.
Below you can see the large number of people who received DP Ruto and his allies. On the other hand, While Raila was addressing the residents of Narok last week. This scenario means a lot for the two politicians who seek to convince Kenyan to vote them in. Narok has been seen before to be a stronghold for Raila Odinga.
However this seems to be changing with time, how will this be turning out considering that time is fast moving and Kenyans are the ones to make the final decisions?
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