The 2010 general election, outlines well the rights of Kenyans. Among them, the right to choose leaders after every five years.
August next year, Kenyans will turn out in large numbers to elect their new representatives at all levels of government. Stakeholders in the highly waited elections are putting their Houses in order.
The presidential hopefuls are touring different parties of the country to share their agendas with the common mwananchi. Many Political Analyst have maintained that presidential race will have two main competitors,that is the deputy president William Ruto and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
As the election nears,the presidential candidates are forming formidable teams that will rally votes behind them. The ally of the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has Revealed what will happen if Raila Odinga ascends to power.
Saboti MP, Calebo Amisi maintained that the former Prime Minister will need to drop all his friends to be effective in his leadership. As many may mis advice him on some issues.
Do you agree with Mr Calebo Amisi?
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