As 2022 general election gains momentum, various leaders, aspirants are transversing across the country hunting for votes.
Next year's general election will be regarded as game changer,as it will mark the political paradigm hallmark,that will again help the country's economy reinstated.
Various politicians have expressed their interests for presidential bid, convincingly enticing electorates to consider them, amongst these prospective candidates are, JB Muturi, Reuben Kigame, OKA principals,ODM leaders,deputy president William Ruto alongside other leaders.
Earlier today ODM leader gave residents of Kiambu impromptu visit after attending a burial service of the late mother of Grace Muthoni Mungai in Ngecha,Kiambu county.
"Leo hii tumehudhuria mazishi ya mama Grace Muthoni Mungai yaliyofanyika Ngecha, Kiambu..."
"Baadaye tuliwasalimia wakazi was eneo hilo waliokiri kwamba wanaunga mkono azimio la umoja..."
Raila highlighted that he had a session with people of Kiambu,and they unanimously accepted and promised to support azimio la umoja project.
These sentiments were reacted upon by members of public who felt Raila Odinga is the right person to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta,and asked him to come again."... karibu Tena our incoming president."
Some again addressed issue of fourty percent that was earlier pointed out by Moses Kuria while others acknowledged the move he took to pass his regards to people of Kiambu.
"Hapo ungefanya mzuri baba,watoto wake wanakupenda Kenya mzima."
"Are we getting our fourty percent share?your answer will determine your fate..."
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