Various political aspirants have been using different approaches to reaching out to Kenyans as they seek for their support to attain their ambitions.
Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and his delegates have been focusing on reaching out on Kenyans and selling their agendas, while Deputy President William Ruto and his delegates are giving different handouts like wheelbarrows and hand carts to woo them through the 'hustlers' narrative.
"Raila odinga is focused on political leadership anchored on progressive socio-economic pillars and good governance while the likes of @KBonimtetezi are busy waiting to receive handouts while being ferried on othiwi listening to unsustainable economic fictional." Was the message from the legislature.
This is a very critical issue brought about by the legislature, but each and every aspirant has their own unique means of ensuring they approach Kenyans for their support.
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