Deputy President William Ruto and his team of Kenyan Kwanza coalition are doing a charged up campaigns across the 47 countries to try to get more votes to their side. Currently, the second in command runs bottom up economic forums in all the regions of Mt Kenya and other parts of Kenya, giving hustlers a platform to express themselves.
As the country enters the electioneering season, political players are busy crisscrossing the nation trying to gain more supporters and highlight their manifesto for the Kenyan people.
However, their is a Looming Trouble I'm Kenya Kwanza western faction after Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala dropped Dp Ruto's pictures in his campaign posters. Raila enjoys massive support in the area with deputy Party leader Oparanya comes the same locality.
There has been internal feuds especially from leaders from western region after deputy President demanded 70% support from the region in this year's august general
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