The Kenya Kwanza Alliance manifesto launch attracted thousands of viewers across the country and also abroad. Ruto's alliance designated the thirtieth of June to be their day of launching and the function went on successfully.
Despite coinciding with George Wajackoyah's manifesto launch, Kenya Kwanza saw their launch elicit reactions online. Those who supports the alliance were seen praising Ruto's well laid plan on how to readjust the Kenyan economy to cushion the normal citizen.
However, on the other hand Azimio la Umoja supporters including top leaders blasted Kenya Kwanza manifesto launch with most of them stating that the alliance failed to highlight anything on corruption. Today, Azimio la Umoja head of campaigns professor Makau Mutua has prophesied what will happen to William Ruto after the election.
According to him, the deputy president will become a common citizen again with no government post. Mutua has been seen blasting Ruto more often with the professor backing Azimio la Umoja to win the elections.
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