The campaign season is nearing, with certain leaders receiving party tickets and others planning to run as independent candidates in the general election on August 9th.
Several leaders are revealing the cars and other tools they will use to campaign and reach out to constituents as they seek their support.
Nyeri county government speaker, who is running for Mukurweini Constituency parliamentary seat under the United Democratic Alliance, is preparing to face off against his rivals.
Speaker John Kaguchia, according to credible reports, has revealed campaign vehicles for his United Democratic Alliance party.
The cars are painted in the United Democratic Alliance's yellow colors, and a wheelbarrow is positioned near the vehicle's bonnet.
Take a look at some of the images of Speaker John Kaguchia's campaign cars.
Speaker of Nyeri Count Assembly Campaign Vehicle is branded in UDA colors (Photo Courtesy)
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