All eyes are set for presidential politics in Kenya.The race seems to be getting tougher every day bearing in mind that the number of candidates are many and each one of them not ready to surrender and support the other.A competitive race is between the Deputy President William Kipchirchir Samoei Ruto of United Democratic Alliance(UDA) party and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga of Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) party.Other contestants are Musalia Mudavadi of Amani National Congress Kenya (ANC),Kalonzo Musyoka of Whipper party, Gideon Moi of Kenya Africa National Union (KANU).
Before the official declaration of campaigns, they have started criss-crossing the country trying to consolidate for votes.The matrix of becoming a winner at this time is not predictable because none of them is willing to expose their running mate.
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William Ruto's UDA party uses a symbol of a wheelbarrow and slogan of 'Hustler Nation' to pass a message of a simple beginning He has been promising the citizens to improve economy, jobs for the youth and empowerment of women.
Raila Odinga ODM party is using a symbol of orange.He has been promising the people a country free from corruption, improved economy and jobs for the youth.
It's just a matter of time to see who will succeed His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta comes 9th August 2022.
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