The country is headed for general election that is seen as a two horse race between Raila Odinga and William Ruto.The two have proved that they are the top contenders for the presidential seat.They have managed huge followings from across the country.Since the announcement of the new Azimio la Umoja outfit,Raila Odinga has been gaining tremendously from the other political parties that have continued to be faced with defections.
Today,Odinga was in Nakuru town where he received another heroic reception from the area residents.On the other hand DP Ruto and his brigade were in Bomas of Kenya where DP had been silently invited to Mudavadi's presidential launch.Mudavadi had signaled that his announcement would be compared to an earthquake.However,the former Deputy President has announced that he will work with DP Ruto in the coming election.While finalising his remarks,DP Ruto has announced three coming joint campaign rallies.On Wednesday,they will be in Nakuru,Friday will see them in Western Kenya while on Saturday,they will be Uhuru's backyard.
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