As the 5th political decisions approach in Kenya, the presidential bid is becoming messy and hot. The electoral board of Kenya have recently announced four candidates to vie for the presidential bid ahead of the impending August elections. This include George Wajackoyah the roots party leader, Raila Odinga the Azimio la Umoja party leader and William Ruto the Kenya Kwanza party leader.
The fourth candidate is David Wahiga, however, he is the list popular, this is because he is investing nothing in his campaigns. This is because he is less popular and his intentions to vie for the presidential bid is not to win but just for a legacy.
Nevertheless, George Wajackoyah the roots party leader, is becoming popular everyday, he is now on the same lane with Raila Odinga the Azimio la Umoja party leader and William Ruto the Kenya Kwanza party leader. This is because of his funny agenda to legalize weed if elected as the next president of Kenya..
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