Raila Odinga and William Ruto are growing to be top competitors in the coming general elections as it has been termed as a two- horse race journey because of their influence and magnitude of pulling huge crowds to their rallies.
The two toured different places today as they continue to seek favour from citizens in support of their political ambitions by selling their ideas and agendas on how they will deliver to Kenyans would they be elected.
The second in command toured in Kirinyaga county where he attended a church service at ACK All Saints Church after which he later engaged residents of Kirinyaga where he was in company of several leaders who together they promised goodies to Kirinyaga residents if they join in forming the government under UDA emblem.
Raila Odinga and his troops also attended a church service at JTM at Embakasi East, where he was hosted by Hon Babu Owino after they acknowledged greetings from residents of Soweto, Koyole and others places. They urged the residents to unanimously support his presidential quest come 2022.
From the photos taken in comparing the crowds that each can pull, it is evident that the two still have a high influence of pulling huge crowds. This means the narrative of two horse race remains only to be determined by the IEBC come August 2022.
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