Political leaders eyeing the presidency have hit the ground running as they seek to woo voters of their support in the coming general elections.
The leaders have been touring different parts across the country, and most of them have been treated to heartwarming reception, despite political analysts insisting that the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta is a two man horse between former Prime Minister and Deputy President Doctor William Ruto.
On Friday, the Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi who announced his presidential bid weeks ago was treated to an heroic welcome in Ugenya, Siaya County during a fundraising function at the Sega Polytechnic that will assist in empowering women and small scale traders after he was invited by the area MP David Ochieng'.
The residents welcomed him with songs and dancers and he had no choice than to join in and enjoy the moment.
In a past interview, Muturi insisted that he will go straight to the ballot, and dismissed allegations that he was leaning towards joining Ruto's wing.
Watch him here.
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