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'Tuko Azimio' Crowd at Kakamega Changes Tune after What Malala Said

The presidential campaigns have hit a fever pitch as the frontrunners traverse the nation in search of support to bolster their chances in the forthcoming election.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi led Kenya Kwanza rally in Western region visiting Kakamega county. He was in the company of Senator Cleophas Malala, who used the opportunity to unveil his manifestos.

Malala is contesting against his key competitor ODM candidate Farnandes Barasa.

Malala, while addressing residents at Sabatia promised to bring more development projects in the county. However, a crowd at Butere made a turn and vowed to vote for Raila during the August election.

According to the video, Malala was shocked to seen a huge crowd responding that they will back Azimio. He then posed and continued campaigning for Kenya Kwanza allies.

He urged them to support DP William Ruto and UDA candidate Bonny Khalwale.

Other Kenya Kwanza allies rallied Tharaka Nithi county in a vote hunting mission. They were led by DP Ruto, Justin Muturi, Alfred Mutua, Kithure Kindiki, Ndindi Nyoro among other allies.

Watch the video below from 3.50 - 4.1 minutes.

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