Two former allied Governors, Alfred Mutua (Machakos) and Charity Ngilu (Kitui) have taken to their social media pages to suggestively boast of the huge reception each of their presidential candidates (Raila Odinga and William Ruto) got today in their campaign rallies.
Governor Mutua was the first one to go online and post about Ruto's massive reception in Msabaha and Kaloleni areas of Kilifi county while on the Kenya Kwanza campaign trail.
While lauding his boss and candidate William Ruto, Mutua said it is now time for change and that dynasties must be ready to go home in August when Ruto takes over.
"It is time for change. Change that puts Mwananchi first. Change that can only be realized by going against the grain and dynasties. The change by the Kenya Kwanza team. Mbele iko sawa," he stated.
Ngilu praised Raila and Martha Karua's huge reception in Vihiga expressing her optimism of Raila's government after August 9, general polls.
She said Western Kenya is in Azimio and that when Raila is in the region, he doesn't need any introduction because he is always at home.
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