As political temperatures continue to rise in this country, top politicians in the country and their allies are going round the country preaching their gospel, aimed at uniting their support bases across the country.
Former prime minister Rt. Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga and deputy president Dr. William Arap Samoei Ruto are the currently the top power houses in the Kenyan politics, with Raila coming up with 'Azimio la Umoja' initiative while Ruto coming up with the Bottom up economy model.
William Ruto was recently in Isiolo preaching his bottom up economy gospel while Raila was today in the same county to neutralise Ruto's influence and also preach his 'Azimio la Umoja' initiative.Let's compare the two rallies and who seems to be leading g from this photos;
Raila Odinga in Isiolo county early today.
William Ruto in Isiolo county some few days ago.
So who do you think is leading and who seems to have more influence? Like, comment, share and follow.
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