As political temperatures continue to rise in Kenya, the two political bigwigs Raila Odinga and William Ruto are trying hard to ensure they are gaining more popularity day by day.The two are traversing the country to ensure they gather more votes ahead of 2022 general elections. The two are also ensuring that they get support from influential leaders who will support their Presidential ambitions.
Today Four Governors from Mount Kenya region and suppoters of President Uhuru Kenyatta's handshake with the former prime minister Raila Odinga have Joined a coalition that aims at uniting all Kenyans towards handshake.
The latter have quit Jubilee party to a new coalition of both Party of National Unity (PNU) and Ubuntu People's Forum (UPF) to come up with a mega political coalition.
In a news conference, Governors Lee Kinjui, James Nyoro, Francis Kimemia and Nderitu Murithi said that the found political outfit aims at bringing more players on board from all Political devides ahead of 2022 general election.
This is a great boost to the ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga, since this political coalition of the four Governors aims at bringing more votes to his side.
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