Kenyan gospel artiste Willy Paul (center) Mombasa governor Hassan Joho (left) and Nairobi governor Evans Kidero dancing during the final Nasa rally at Uhuru Park ahead of Tuesday's general election. August 5, 2017. PHOTO | KANYIRI WAHITOKenyan gospel artiste Willy Paul (center) Mombasa governor Hassan Joho (left) and Nairobi governor Evans Kidero dancing during the final Nasa rally at Uhuru Park ahead of Tuesday's general election. August 5, 2017. PHOTO | KANYIRI WAHITO
By HILARY KIMUYU

It has been months of campaigns and on Saturday as the official campaign period came to an end, the opposition outfit Nasa hyped up their final rally in Nairobi with the appearance of two popular artistes.

Tanzanian crooner Alikiba and Kenyan gospel sensation Willy Paul were on stage and had everyone on their feet as they welcomed the dignitaries to shake a leg.

Tanzanian crooner Ali Kiba (left) dances with Nasa co-principals Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula at Uhuru Park in Nairobi on August 5, 2017 during a rally. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL

Tanzanian crooner Ali Kiba (left) dances with Nasa co-principals Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula at Uhuru Park in Nairobi on August 5, 2017 during a rally. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL

Alikiba and Willy Paul beckoned the dignitaries on stage to jig their afternoon away.

The Nasa rally and a parallel one by the Jubilee Party in Nakuru brought to an end pomp and colour that has characterized what has been a heated campaign period leading to Tuesday’s General Election.