DP Ruto is keen to consolidate his support base.While in Langas Eldoret on Sunday before heading to Nakuru for a rally,Ruto told his people from Rift Valley to drop some leaders such as MP Mishra of Kesses.This means that the stake of the likes of MP Alfred Keter is also at risk.Keter moved to vie as independent candidate after winning and his win getting reversed by the UDA party.
Ruto's team has been to Uhuru's backyard several times.Besides,Western Kenya votes are also up for grabs.The two regions are battlegrounds.However,Raila Odinga has been emerging victorious in Western Kenya even when Mudavadi vied as president.
Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula have a difficult task to make sure that they get 70% of the Luhya votes to Kenya Kwanza.Yesterday,Musalia Mudavadi said they will not only deliver 70% but 90%.In order to achieve this,the team heads back to Western Kenya for a four days tour with today's rallies covering Busia,Kakamega,Bungoma and Vihiga counties.The schedule is as below as released by ANC party this morning:
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