The leader of United Democratic Alliance William Samoei Ruto, today embarked on his second day joint presidential campaign with the leader of ANC Musalia Mudavadi an FORD Kenya Party leader Moses Wetangula. This is according to Tuko news.
They took their Rally to kakamega county. The leaders addressed the congregation at Bumula sports ground in Bungoma.
According to Tuko news, the deputy addressed his boss the president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. He said that regarding the forthcoming general election it is becoming messy.
The Deputy President William added that, Kenyans are not going to elect a "puppet" candidate brought in by the system. He condemned the ANC leaders who defected ANC for Azimio la Umoja.
The others leaders who accompanied him includes, Ndindi Nyoro, Boni Khalwale, Alice Wahome, Aden Duale, Rigathi Gachagua and Cleopas Malala. They also took their Rally to malava town.
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