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Mudavadi And Wetangula Hold A Massive Campaign Rally For Ruto In Western Region

Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga, was forced to rethink its strategy after it became clear that leaders ANC Musalia Mudavadi and its counterpart Ford Kenya, Moses Wetangula was, indeed, the 70% of the Luhya vote to Vice President William Ruto, resulting in Kakamega happened yesterday.

 This happened after Mudavadi and Wetangula a large rally instead, which was well attended Khwisero, to the complete surprise of Raila and his Azimio, formerly the Kenya Kwanza co-principles had dismissed as a non-starter when it came policy to western Kenya.

 together Khwisero and Kakamega are Raila Odinga stronghold considered to have voted in the last four elections for him.

 Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala addressed residents and assured Mudavadi and Wetang'ula that Kenya Kwanza would win all the electoral seats and the chairmanship of Deputy President William Ruto hand.


 Malala, while his party chief of the 70 percent support of the Kenyan Kwanza from the western region to ensure that they were not interested in the national government 30 percent of the shares.

 He urged Mudavadi and Wetangula instead urging that he said for the revitalization of enterprises in the western region, thousands would create jobs for hustlers.

 "Nimeongea na hawa waluhya na wamekubali kwamba watafanya kazi na watafuata mambo yako na wetang'ula. Lakini wamesema kwamba Kenya Kwanza ikiunda serikali Hawana haja na Mamlaka. Wanataka muwafufulie kamponi ya Mumias Sugar ianze kufanya kazi", Malala said.

 Mudavadi and Wetangula were tasked with providing Ruto with 70% Luhya votes for appointments in the government of Kenya Kwanza and a 30% interest government for West.

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