With only 32 days to the August general elections, politicians have been crisscrossing different regions a the hunt for votes.
This is one of the counties which is believed to cast almost all their votes to Kenya Kwanza flag bearer William Ruto since it is part of Mt.Kenya.However, in Kirinyaga things seem to be different. The reception of the Azimio candidates has been captivating.
Martha Karua is believed to have attracted more popularity compared to Rigathi Gachagua. Does this suggest that Mt.Kenya is soon going to be a stronghold for the Azimio One Kenya as well?
However, Raila Odinga has promised people that his government will be different and that justice will be upheld for everyone. He has further claimed that by winning the August polls he will ensure that he lowers the cost of living which has been affecting all Kenyans at the moment.
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