Mount Kenya region is amongst those regions that are believed to have a good number of voters in the country, it is estimated that mount Kenya region has a total of over five million voters and that could be the reason as to why most of political leaders especially those seeking for the top seat are targeting to winbig from Uhuru's backyard.
With the second in command being one of the top leaders targeting to winbig from his boss' backyard, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga is allegedly reported to have set to camp the region with various meeting with his allies with the aim of organising his camp ahead of 2022 polls. It is believed that if one wins the heart of voters from the region, then probability of him getting a huge boost in the forthcoming presidential election is high.
The former prime minister is reported to have organized various meetings this weekend in a move to hunt votes from the region. This could be a huge blow to the second in command who is also after winning big from the region.
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