It is good news for the Deputy President Dr William Ruto as his close ally from the vote rich Western region now reveals how the DP's UDA candidate in the Matungu constituency by-election is loved by many.
On his twitter page, the former Kakamega county Senator shared photos of his visit in the region revealing that many people came in large numbers to support the Deputy President's candidate, Alex Lanya.
The crowd as reported by Khalwale showed how the love for Lanya had grown by heaps in the areas of Lung'anyiro, Namulungu, Koyonzo, Bulimbo and Musamba where they toured on Monday.
The vocal former Legislator established that in the Monday's rally in the region in support of the UDA's candidate, he was accompanied by 15 members of Parliament from different parts of the nation.
"Curtains've finally come down on the Matungu by-election campaigns. The love of people for Alex Lanya has grown by leaps & bounds evidenced by today's crowd pulling rallies at Lung'anyiro, Namulungu, Koyonzo, Bulimbo & Musamba. 15MPs from across Kenya attended. In God we trust.." Dr Boni Khalwale noted on his twitter page as shown below;
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