Two top presidential hopefuls in the country,the deputy president William Ruto and Raila Odinga have intensified their campaigns. It is only less than two months before the August's general elections and both are eyeing the presidency.
With most of Kenyans now following closely on the ongoing politics, they are seeking to amass support from every part of the country. Senior Counsel Ahmed Nasir has revealed that Busia county has been a stronghold for Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate, Raila Odinga.
The top lawyer allied to Kenya Kwanza went on to state that the county has been loyal to Raila Odinga for long. However, he indicated that with the conquest of Kakamega,Bungoma,Vihiga and Trans Nzoia he believes the county can now be conquered to shift support to Ruto's Kenya Kwanza.
The attention of many Kenyans is to the battle for votes in Mount Kenya region, however western is also an area of interest of both Raila Odinga and William Ruto.
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