The African National Congress (ANC), one of Kenya Kwanza's party affiliates, has published another important statement about the president's travel to the country's western regions on Tuesday (24th May). The ANC and Kenya Kwanza Alliance will campaign for Deputy President William Ruto and his running mate, Righati Gachagua, in the Western areas. Swing areas are found in Kenya's western regions.
A Kenyan team will be in the Western parts of the country from the 24th to the 27th of May to drum up support for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, according to a notification posted by the Amani National Congress on the 24th.
The KKA's presidential candidate, William Ruto, his running partner, Righati Gachagua, Musalia Mudavadi (possible Prime Cabinet Secretary), and Moses Wetangula, the Ford Kenya party's leader, have all confirmed their attendance.
As a result, on the 24th, at 9:00 a.m., the tour will commence on the Kakamega-Lugari-Lumakanda itinerary. At 10:30 a.m., the second route will begin. Today's excursion for the western region is shown in the attached.
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