The race to next year's presidential election is quickly boiling up with sharp differences being seen during campaigns.Despite the banning of political rallies,the political bigwigs have continued to ignore the ban and instead have scaled up their efforts in scrambling for the crowds.
Next year's race is expected to be tight between Raila Odinga and DP Ruto.They have emerged stronger that all the other candidates.Their efforts to convince the voters from different regions are gaining momentum.
The country is headed to a general election that may be tensed in case of irregularities as witnessed in the last elections.A caucus of MPs want EAC and International Community to be actively involed in Uhuru's succession for peaceful transfer of power.At the same time,an International body,FPICGLR has called upon former president Mwai Kibaki to guide the nation on the 2022 succession for peace to prevail.These calls come at a time when the political analysts are predicting a re-run among the top contenders.However,more are yet to unfold.
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