Ex-Kenyan state governor and Azimio candidate Hon. Raila Odinga has received support from his former constituents in the three Ukambani regions that make up the state. Whatever the outcome of mizani votes, the district assembly chairman's influence on support for Raila Odinga has been questioned.
Web-based content has shown that Ruto's significance is far more than that of Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga. After President-elect Ruto, Raila and Kalonzo are in third position with 31% and 17% of the vote, respectively.
In Kalonzo's homeland, the energy he had recently acquired is fading. Kalonzo has a lot of work to do as the Ukambani's top dog to get things back to normal. Despite the fact that Ruto does not have a professional campaigner in Kenya, he has had a significant impact on the country because of his early tours and his break with the president.
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