Azimio-One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga has been gaining popularity in the Mount Kenya region since he picked Martha Karua has his running mate.The region which records the highest percentage of voters as per IEBC was considered as DP Ruto's stronghold but now things have changed and it's a battleground for the Azimio coalition and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Former Mukurweni constituency MP honourable Kabando Wa Kabando has today confirmed that the region it's not solidly behind Ruto as it was.According to the popular legislator the Karua wave has been fealt in the region from the day she was named Raila's deputy.The Iron Lady has been helding day to day campaigns to try and change the narrative which seems to have worked.
According to Kabando he believes that Raila will beat Ruto hands down and win the presidency on round one with a clear margin. He alleged that the mountain has moved on now and it is solidly behind Azimio La Umoja thus giving Odinga a possibility of emerging the winner with a high percentage.
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