Over 700 professionals from his home county of Elygeyo Marakwet County abandoned Dr. William Ruto's campaign for Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate of the Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition, dealing a severe blow to the deputy president and Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate.
The Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition's presidential candidate Raila Odinga has received the support of over 700 professionals from Dr. William Ruto's neighborhood, according to a report in the Star Newspaper. They claim that Raila Odinga is the best presidential candidate and has a better agenda for changing the country than William Ruto.
They have stated that Odinga is the candidate best prepared to address the country's current major challenge, corruption. They are determined to run a campaign for him in the county to ensure that he wins a substantial portion of the Rift Valley region's votes in this year's elections because they believe he would make a fine president.
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