The country is at the top gear in preparation for next year's general election.The election is expected to be free and fair with the electoral body IEBC clearly stating that this time,the servers will be made accessible for the political parties in the country.This has definitely given the aspirants more hopes as opposed to the previously bungled elections.
UDA is seriously making inroads in the country.However,DP Ruto's bottom-up economic approach is yet to be embraced by majority.DP Ruto's UDA party has suffered a serious setback today.His allies have been struggling to capture every part of the country by opening offices.Unfortunately,this has not been possible in Kisii.Police in Kisii have barred the party from opening an office which the party and its supporters were very ready to open today.
The function that was to be held in Masimba ward had to be cut shortly as police ordered everyone to leave.This has now ellicited mixed reactions from Kenyans.As this was happening,DP was as busy as bees receiving over 350 political aspirants from Mount Kenya region.
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