“Ruto vs Raila” Online Viewers For Kenya Kwanza & Azimio La Umoja’s Today’s Nairobi Rallies Emerge
As election campaigns come to an end, all the four presidential candidates in the 2022 elections hosted f their last grand rallies as they attempt to woo the hearts of the electorate to their side.
According to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) timelines, August 6 marks the end of the three-month campaign period which officially kicked off on May 21.
With only two days to the polls, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga and his main adversary Deputy President William Ruto who are both perceived as the leading contenders in the race to State House staged their rallies in the country’s capital.
The Azimio chief hosted his mega rally at Moi International Sports Centre in Kasarani while DP Ruto who is running on a Kenya Kwanza ticket rallyied his supporters in an eventual gathering at the historic Nyayo Stadium.
The other two candidates, Roots Party flag bearer Prof. George Wajackoyah and Agano’s David Mwaure who have been perceived as the underdogs in the 2022 contest pitched their last campaigns around the City.
However, during the separate rallies hosted by the two main contenders, However, a number of online views revealed that the Raila’s Rally was viewed by many kenyans compared to that of the deputy president.
Kenyans revealed that Deputy President William Ruto’s final submission rally had 8.6k online viewers compared to that of Azimio One Kenya Alliance coalition Presidential candidate Raila Odinga which had 15.8k viewers.
Speaking during his last campaign rally, Odinga expressed confidence that the future was bright for Kenyans in the Azimio government.
“We are on the verge of a great victory. I, Raila Amolo Odinga, have seen Canaan; the land of milk and honey. The land of “…No woman, No cry”. I have seen the Promised Land; the land of The Redemption Song,” said Odinga.
Even as Odinga sang redemption song to his supporters insisting that freedom was in sight, he emphasized that the victory to the land of Canaan can and will be won on the ballot.
“But we know “…the battle is HARDEST, when victory is NEAREST”. Get ready, my dear Kenyans and keep the spirit of “Alutta Continua.
“Next Tuesday, all Azimio followers have to be at their polling stations by 6 am and cast their vote,” he said.