Although there are many top leaders who have already declared that they will be in the presidential race, many Kenyans have been anticipating that the 2022 presidential race will be a two horse race between Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto.
The ODM party leader and the DP have been coming up with slogans and strategies in recent days to lure the people to support them but as we are currently speaking, they have both suffered a big blow after the latest message from former CJ David Maraga.
According to reports, David Maraga did not spare either of the leaders that are in contention to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta as he said that non of them has come up to address the major issues like graft that have been affecting the country.
"We are already in the campaign mood and most are giving very good ideas. However, in my view, nobody, non of the presidential aspirants has come up to address the major issues facing this country. I stand to be corrected but we have two major problems in this country; disregard for the law and graft." Said David Maraga.
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