It is good news for William Ruto as vocal Western region Women Member of Parliament breaks silence, revealing move they made in Vihiga county today in absence of the Kenya Kwanza Chief Principal Hon William Samoei Ruto.
The Western region Woman Member of Parliament Hon Beatrice Adagala has informed that she in presence of the ANC Party Chief Principal Musalia Mudavadi and the Ford Kenya Chief Principal Moses Wetangula held a political rally in Vihiga county where they drummed up support for William Ruto's presidential candidacy.
The Vihiga MP further informed that the people of Vihiga county have pledged to support William Ruto's presidency ahead of the August polls.
''The Kenya Kwanza team led by ANC party leader H.E Musalia Mudavadi and Senator Wetangula rallied support from the people of Vihiga for a Kenya Kwanza government led by H.E Deputy President William Ruto. Thank you great people of Vihiga County for pledging your support.'' Vihiga county Women MP Hon Beatrice Adagala.
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