The ANC's goal, according to Deputy President William Ruto, was to get more than 70% of Western votes. People from all over Kenya have condemned the expedition, stating that Musalia Mudavadi and his allies lack strength in Western Kenya and that the region is predominantly an Azimio zone.
While that was just a claim without verification, the Kenya Kwanza team landed in Western Kenya today, led by ANC members Musalia Mudavadi, Boni Khalwale, and Moses Wetangula. Khalwale used his Twitter account to thank the locals for listening to them while campaigning at Lumakanda ward in Lugari Constituency.
Residents of Kinango constituency have been anticipating the arrival of the United Democratic Alliance party leader since the morning. Residents have been chanting and dancing to local music while waiting for Ruto and Gachagua.
Ruto will team up with his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, to promote his presidential bid in the coastal region in 2022. For the first time since their running partners were announced, Ruto and Gachagua will visit the region.
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