Electioneering period is quickly approaching,all presidential aspirants are scrambling for rich voting zones, central Kenya is the region to watch.
Back to back campaigns are held in mount Kenya,where deputy Ruto, Raila Odinga,OKA principals alongside other candidates are eyeing with an intent of picking deputy president from the region.
The biggest concern is who owns the key to mount Kenya votes? particularly almost more than ten individuals have been endorsed as spokespersons that has indeed escalated more reactions amongst people.
Apparently the person who will be identified as the running mate by these key players,and has a massive influence will be the person to take over as the next kingpin of mount Kenya,which is more likely to be unveiled soon.
In a nutshell currently,His Excellency the president Uhuru Kenyatta still has a massive influence on mount Kenya votes, positive boost will be realized to any candidate who rallies behind him.
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