Supporters of the Kenya Kwanza coalition have today been successful in closely monitoring their alliance's agenda. To introduce their manifesto, William Ruto and the other leaders of the coalition gathered at Kasarani.
Several Kenyans watched the event online while others saw it on the major television networks that aired it. It should be noted that Ruto's manifesto was released concurrently with that of George Wajackoyah, the presidential candidate for the Roots party.
Many people have been spotted expressing their opinions about the launch, with those who support Kenya Kwanza praising Ruto's clearly stated purpose. Kenya Kwanza's manifesto, on the other hand, hasn't impressed those who support Azimio la Umoja, with the majority of them finding flaws in it.
Top officials in Azimio have not shied away from criticizing the release of Kenya Kwanza's manifesto, with Suna East legislator Junet Mohammed being the most recent to do so. The outspoken ODM lawmaker went on to claim that Kenya Kwanza had made no comments regarding the battle against corruption.
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