As we approach the general elections in Kenya, the race for the Statehouse is getting interesting and murky. Today the Kenya kwanza party led by William Ruto along with ANC party leader Mudavadi, Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and other Kenya Kwanza allied leaders are in Vihiga county.
They are traveling across the country campaigning to drive William Ruto to the Statehouse to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta as the next President of Kenya.
They are persuading local residents of the region as they spread the bottom-up narrative convincing Kenyans to elect them ahead of the August elections.
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They are camping in Vihiga county to counter Azimio la Umoja party rally yesterday in Vihiga county. Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula are striving to get 70% of the Western Region to get 30% of the government if William Ruto becomes Kenya's next president after Uhuru Kenyatta.
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