As Kenya's election season approaches, political leaders are busy touring the country trying to gain more supporters and highlight their plans.
Raila Odinga, who is running for president of Azimio, has reviewed his campaign tactics. As the State House war intensifies, Raila has divided his regional organizations into factions and expanded his themes.
ODM leader and her colleague Martha Karua have launched a new strategy to run the same but well-coordinated Azimio campaign ahead of the August 9 elections.
Karua, a former president-elect, has been focusing on Mt Kenya's electoral constituencies since Raila's appointment. On the other hand, Dp Ruto has received a lot of support in areas where he was previously considered a king.
Part of the goal is to build regional campaigns in the Azimio region led by experienced regional leaders.
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