Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto is facing challenges everyday, especially with the new wave of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Movement. DP William Ruto had lured both the Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party leader and Bungoma County Senator Moses Wetangula on his side thinking that it will be easier for him to consolidate the Western Region votes. But things are different on the ground.
DP William Ruto has publicly been told off by a vocal Ford Kenya party leader in Western Region of Kenya. According to Sabatia Constituency Parliamentary Seat Ford Kenya candidate, Valex Kidake Malova, he said that the region does not want wheelbarrow. He said that DP William Ruto is just using the two Western Kenya regions to benefit himself. He warned him that the region will not vote for him in the fourth coming general elections to be held in August this year. Hon Musalia Mudavadi and Senator Moses Wetangula had been told by DP William Ruto to ensure that they produce 70% of Western Kenya voters to him.
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