The 2020 general elections are making bold headlines on many media platforms today. Quite a good number of politicians have announced their standstill while others haven't. Currently, they are using every means that seems possible to mobilizing citizens, so that they can be voted for when the election time comes. The seat that many Kenyans are eying to see who will take up as the next leader, is the presidential seat.
Top presidential aspirants such as Orange Democratic party leader Raila Odinga, the second in command William Ruto and ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, are planning to take running mates from Mount Kenya region. Statistics shows that, this particular region has many voters, if an aspirant gets full support from the region, taking up as the next president is very easy.
So far, no aspirant has showed interest from the region of going for the presidential seat. This gives those interested an opportunity to go for the strong holds of the region to be granted support. I will be updating you on matters arising from the region.
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