2022 general election is quickly gaining momentum as various aspirants vanquishly transversing across the country in favour for votes.
Presidential seat is one of the fiercely contested position in the country, since it involves most of the political bigwigs in the country.
However, before the political paradigm completely took shape,the race was envisagely castigated to be of two horses (deputy William Ruto and Raila Odinga).
This was envisaged by Gideon Moi in Kericho rally and his counterpart hon Musalia Mudavadi who all over sudden brought several businesses into stand still at On'gata Rongai,where he took with him the message of voters registration as he proclaimed.
"I interacted with residents of On'gata Rongai and sought their mandate to be the 5th president...I urged them to register as voters as we enter the last week of mass voter registration..."
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