Hon Didmus Barasa, a member of parliament from the Kimilili constituency, held a successful meeting in Kibingei, Bungoma County, today, where he discussed many issues with Kibingei stakeholders.
Hundreds of people attended to show their support for the bottom-up economic agenda, and they came to an agreement on how to keep pushing forward in order for Kenya Kwanza candidates to win the general election in August 2022.They also decided how each Member will assist presidential candidate Dr. William Samoei Ruto in winning the general elections in August 2022.
William Samoei Ruto, a presidential aspirant running under the United Democratic Alliance and the Kenya Kwanza Coalition, will face off against Raila Amolo Odinga of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Coalition.
Hon Didmus Barasa has promised to run an aggressive campaign for presidential challenger William Ruto in Kenya's western regions, and to do more if he is elected in the August general election 2022.
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