Politicians are at their peak fighting for their last minute before final whistle from Independent Electoral and boundary commission IEBC.
However, campaigns are handled regardless of the ongoing pandemic and government guidelines that were put in place to combat COVID-19.
Presidential position seems to have been most competitive seat in the country though it turns out to be two horse race between former prime minister Raila Odinga and deputy president William Ruto.
Earlier today Dp Ruto took his campaigns in Makueni county where he was accompanied alongside other leaders such as governor Nanok mps Victor Munyaka, Nimrod Mbai,Katoo Ole Metito,Mary Seneta and many others.
Though the business wasn't as usual when dp Ruto made a statement on his twitter handle concerning the bottom up approach on low interest rate regime.
"The low interest rate regime that the bottom up economic model propagates presents a new investment..."
Whereby angry member of public consolidately vandicated that Kenyans are tired of his unfulfilled promises."we are tired of your lies..."
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