As we approach Kenya's next presidential election, the two top presidential contenders are busy traversing the country in a Bid to popularize themselves and their manifesto to kenyans.
The Statehouse race has come down two arch political rivals, Raila Odinga, the head of the Azimio la Umoja team, or William Ruto, the head of the Kenya Kwanza team, who will win the upcoming elections in August?
Despite Kenya's Electoral Commission reporting that there are 47 candidates, public attention is on Dp Ruto and former premier Raila Odinga whose campaigns continue to draw never seen before crowds. However, the second in command has been drawing huge crowds as compared to Raila thanks to his huge support across the country
Today, Deputy President of the Kenya Kwanza toured his home county Uasin Gishu in a bid to consolidate votes from the region, at the same time Moses Wetangula and other leaders are in Kericho County.
The following are pictures from their rallies pulling huge crowds. Will these translate to votes? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
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