With less than three months remaining to the general elections scheduled on August this year, different politicians have come up with different strategies to see them win in the forthcoming race.
Different coalitions have been formed by different politicians, amongst them is the newly formed team called Kenya Kwanza coalition being led by the deputy president, among other principals including the former vice president honorable Musalia Mudavadi, of Amani National Congress party and senator of Bungoma honorable Moses Masika Wetangula of Ford Kenya party.
The two formations have identified their respective running mates, with Azimio selecting honorable Martha Karua and their opponents Kenya Kwanza team having the Mathira member of parliament honorable Gachagua.
With the campaigns being intense day by day, the Azimio coalition led by former prime minister have come with a tactic to counter the deputy president's political wave in different parts of the country, Mr. Odinga and his running mate have organised parallel rallies within the country with him in one side and honorable Martha on the other side, this will likely to popularise their movement as the set date is coming near.
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