Boni Khalwale, a former Kakamega senator, is supporting deputy president William Ruto in a vigorous vote-gathering campaign in Kakamega County, notably Mumias Subcounty and its environs. This is Governor Oparanya's home ground and bedroom in Kakamega County.
DP Ruto leveled new assaults on Orange Democratic Party leader Raila Odinga and his old National Super Alliance principles, who are now united under the One Kenya Alliance, while speaking to a large crowd in Khayega town ( Former Vice president Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Bungoma county senator honourable Moses Masika Wetangula).
The huge youths were enraged by Dp Ruto's statements, causing him to answer deftly, calming them down.
Aside from that, Dr. William Ruto, the Chief Hustler, revealed that his connection with President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Hon Raila Amolo Odinga deteriorated when the Building Bridges Initiative was launched.
He went on to say that they should have prioritized Kenyans' interests rather than advocating for more positions at the expense of the inhabitants unpromising situations.
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