- Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga square off in heated presidential election that looks to be the toughest one yet
- At the moment, President Uhuru Kenyatta leads the polls, ahead of second placed Raila Odinga
History repeats itself. It is likely that the incumbent will retain the seat for the following reasons: One, from history, incumbents seldom lose their second bids for the top seat. Secondly, for different reasons, Raila has fallen out with all the former presidents: Moi, Kibaki and now Uhuru. Thirdly, his coalition seems to be more discordant than his competitors'.While constituent parties that form NASA: Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), Ford-K, WIPER, Amani National Congress (ANC) and Chama Cha Mashinani are operating on a corporate membership arrangement, Jubilee affiliated parties dissolved and are politically united.The individuality of parties within NASA coalition allows them to field different candidates leading to a few bruised egos that might silently revolt in tomorrow's polls.