As campaigning period is yet to end today, politicians vying for different seats in Kenya are winding up with their campaigns. In that regard, today 6th August 2022, presidential aspirants that is Deputy President William Ruto and Raila Amolo Odinga held their campaigns in Nairobi in some of the biggest national stadiums in Kenya, that is; Raila in Kasarani stadium while Ruto at Nyayo stadium.
As the most popular presidential candidates in the country, the two attracted huge crowds filling the stadiums as seen below.
In that case in this article, let us compare who had the largest crowd. To begin with is Azimio Rally at Kasarani stadium led by Raila Odinga.
The crowd was indeed large and was also attended by African's superstar Diamond Platinumz who entertained Kenyans on the same.
On the other hand, below is Ruto's rally at Nyayo stadium.
AcAccording to you, who boasted the largest crowd? Remember that the size of the crowd actually means popularity.
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