As 2022 general elections draw near, presidential aspirants have hit the ground to woo voters of their support, and some are already reciprocating with unwavering love ranging from songs, portraits and also arts.
On Saturday Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung'wah who is a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto took to his Twitter page to share a well drawn portrait of the Second in Command alongside three giant lions which was captioned with "In the eve of the dawn when the day comes, call us brother and we will go to the polls together."
According to Ichung'wah. the art was made by one of Ruto's die hard supporters from Nanyuki.
This attracted different reactions from his followers, with some claiming that the portrait is symbolic in a way that indicates a three presidential candidate race, with Ruto emerging the winner, While others dismissed it stating that Raila Odinga had made inroads in Mount Kenya Region.
Check out some of the reactions;
@Cypriankabiro: What a message
@Kipngetich31: Great indeed.. May God protect us to see and witness Kenya growing under WSR THE fifth.
@DOngwesa: Wheelbarrow euphoria is slowly dying, The margins are getting smaller yet Ruto has campaigned in Nakuru for the last four year
@Njenga_1980: As per now 40 percent mount Kenya votes in the bag.
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