Kenyan Presidential Election To Hold Tomorrow

Kenyan presidential election is slated for Tuesday. The election has been described as a two-horse race between Deputy President William Ruto and renowned opposition leader Raila Odinga, despite four candidates vying for the number seat.

Kenya currently grappling with the high costs of living is set to replace President Uhuru Kenyatta as 22 million voters are set to go to the polls.

Aside from electing the President, politicians are also vying to be senators, governors, lawmakers, women representatives and some 1,500 county officials.

AFP reports that the two major candidates concluded their final campaigns on Saturday in the capital Nairobi, as Ruto held a rally at the 30,000-seat Nyayo National Stadium and Odinga campaigned at Kasarani Stadium, which seats 60,000.

Aside from electing the President, politicians are also vying to be senators, governors, lawmakers, women representatives and some 1,500 county officials.

AFP reports that the two major candidates concluded their final campaigns on Saturday in the capital Nairobi, as Ruto held a rally at the 30,000-seat Nyayo National Stadium and Odinga campaigned at Kasarani Stadium, which seats 60,000.

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