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Why Popular CS Made A U-turn Stops Campaigning For Top Presidential Candidate Ahead of Polls

A well-liked cabinet secretary has been taking a more low-key approach to political issues in the days leading up to the general election on August 9. In the past, he was in the vanguard of campaigning efforts for a prominent presidential contender. According to information obtained from sources with knowledge of this development, he may have already started organizing grassroots support for the candidate he favors.


A recent conversation between the CS and his associates revealed that the CS will no longer be advocating for any candidate in order to maximize his chances of getting reabsorbed into the next cabinet. Because of his strong track record of accomplishment, he was counseled that maintaining an unbiased political stance would be beneficial to his career.

During his recent appearances at events and rallies, he has been urging voters to make informed decisions in the next election. He strongly encouraged them to give it great thought and select a leader who is focused on growth.

There are rumors going around that he is currently lamenting the fact that he spent his money campaigning for that particular presidential candidate. However, he is keeping his fingers crossed that he will be re-absorbed into the next cabinet, which will give him the opportunity to get his money back.

This comes as all the presidential candidate are chasing to succeed president Uhuru in the coming elections on August 9 Elections and every body is moving to the party that most likely will. Be forming the next president and succeed current president Uhuru in the coming general elections.

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