Photo courtesy of Deputy President William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga.
The August general election has generated a robust political landscape as political leaders continue to solidify their ambitions to triumph over the contest. However, the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance are the big political blocs aiming to form the next government.
However, the six-piece principle has affected a section of aspirants who find a hard time campaigning for the presidential candidates. In many cases, some counties have a mixed-up of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Azimio la Umoja supporters.
Consequently, Narok North Member of Parliament and the Azimio Gubernatorial candidate Moitalel Ole Kenta drum up support for the Deputy President as he solidifies his ambition in the Hustler Nation-dominated zone.
He visited Trans Mara Sub-county on Monday where he publicly disowns Raila Odinga to suit his gubernatorial candidature.
Perhaps, the Trans Mara sub-county is the UDA region behind the deputy President. Consequently, Kenta asks the residents to vote for their UDA presidential candidate and vote for him in the Azimio ahead of the August polls.
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