With just few days to the General Election the supremacy battle between the Kenya Kwanza team and the Azimio camp continues to take shape. The campaigns that are on are almost taking their final round. DP Ruto has today toured Kilifi County to popularise his presidential bid. Ruto's running mate Rigathi Gachagua has taken his charm offensive campaigns to Kieni constituency to woo voters ahead of the race. The Azimio camp is also organizing rallies and Governor Oparanya has toured the Western region while Raila Odinga is in Mandera.
However, Rigathi Gachagua has delivered a bold message after touring Kieni. In his remarks he said, "To the Em-baringo residents in Kieni constituency your cry for better roads and market for your farm produce is well understood . Thank you for withstanding the heavy rains to listen to the hope that after 9th August, you have a new destiny." He believes that Ruto's government will improve the living standards of Kenyans.
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