NAIROBI (AFP) - Kenyan presidential hopefuls made a final bid to woo voters Saturday on the last day of campaigning for the tightly fought March 4 elections, the first since deadly post-poll unrest five years ago. Tens of thousands of cheering supporters dancing to music gathered in central Nairobi for giant rallies of the top two frontrunners, Prime Minister Raila Odinga and his neck-and-neck rival Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta. Loyalists of Kenyatta - who with his running mate faces a crimes against humanity trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for violence after the 2007 polls - dressed in his party’s red colours in the sprawling Uhuru park, meaning, like his first name, “freedom” in Swahili.