Boni Khalwale is one of the well known top allies of Deputy President William Ruto. He has been following the DP almost everywhere around the nation in their TangaTanga campaigns but recently, many people were surprised after they noticed that the former Kakamega County senator did not accompany the Second in Command to the Coast region.
For that reason, there have been questions about the whereabouts of Boni Khalwale. At this time when many politicians are shifting camp as they try to align themselves well ahead of 2022 poll, supporters must just be worried when they don't see their man with others. That is the case with UDA's supporters but here is where and what Khalwale was doing today.
While DP William Ruto is taking the Coast region by storm, Boni Khalwale was just doing a crazy thing today back in his Kakamega County. As confirmed through his official twitter account, Khalwale was just engaging in a road dance with his people.
Here is the video showing Boni Khalwale dancing with the Kakamega residents.
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