The deputy president William Ruto, ANC party leader Moses Wetangula, Ford Kenya party leader Wetangula and their allies are today holding a mega rally in the Western region to popularize Dp Ruto's presidential bid in the area.
Large number of people turned up to welcome the trio to the Mulembe Nation, through a live video feed from various media houses, scores and scores of people could be seen cheering on as the trio made their grand entry to the county. Hon. Musalia's union with the deputy president surely made a hallmark in Dp Ruto's political game and he has been receiving a lot of defectors from other parties lately.
Moses Wetangula and Musalia are sons of Mulembe Nation and through their union with UDA, the deputy president is hopeful that the western people, who have always supported the ODM leader Raila Odinga, will this round change their minds and follow their two sons into taking the deputy president to statehouse as the fifth president of Kenya. For more like share and follow.
Here are the current images from Western region, western regionwhere the trio are holding a mega rally.
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