Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi has expressed his confidence that Western Kenya residents will elect Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto as the next president of the Republic of Kenya.
While speaking in Kiambu county, the ANC leader said that he will deliver 90 percent of the western Kenya votes to the Kenya Kwanza coalition instead of the 70 percent target that was given to them by DP Ruto. He added that the Luhya nation is behind DP Ruto's presidency.
"I and Wetangula we are here, our home is full, there 80 percent is little we will bring 90 percent. Then we used to give the Azimio guy 90 percent but he betrayed us," Mudavadi said.
He urged the Mt Kenya residents to come out in large numbers and help DP William Ruto to win the elections in the first round. He described Azimio la Umoja as a project meant to protect the interests of a few individuals.
According to the leaked powersharing deal between DP Ruto and Musalia and Wetangula, Ruto promised to give the duo 30 percent of his government should they bring 70 percent of votes to his basket. All attention will now focus on the trio to see what will transpire in the August polls.
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