As the August general election approaches so fast, political leaders and parties are aligning themselves well to ensure they emerge victorious in the poll. They have therefore adopted various methods such as door to door campaigns and organizing political rallies.
Unfortunately however, the members of Kenya Kwanza coalition led by the deputy president honourable doctor William Samoei Arap Ruto who is vying for presidency have been attacking president Uhuru Kenyatta for supporting the Azimio frag bearer, former prime minister, Raila Omollo Odinga.
In his response today during his tour to Kiambu, the head of state disclosed he Will not go anywhere after handing over power to the president elect. "I will be interacting with the people on the street." He said. "I am supporting the person who will help in completing the projects that i will leave incomplete." He added.
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