Kenya Kwanza Alliance brigade led by ANC Party Leader, Musalia Mudavadi and Bungoma Senator, Moses Wetangula today visited Western Kenya where they campaigned for William Ruto. The duo were accompanied by other Allies of Deputy President, William Ruto in parts of Western Kenya.
Mudavadi who is a Coalition Partner in Kenya Kwanza Alliance has urged his supporters to vote overwhelmingly for DP Ruto in the upcoming Presidential Election. Thousands of locals attended Kenya Kwanza Rally in Western Kenya.
Dennis Itumbi who is a key aide of Ruto has now claimed that a Provincial Administrator tried to block Kenya Kwanza Alliance team form holding today's campaign in Western Kenya. According to Itumbi, the State Officer tried to prevent Ruto's allies from holding public rallies by locking out the ground.
Itumbi however claimed that the locals demanded to be addressed by Kenya Kwanza Alliance Leaders since they believe in them. Itimbi has insisted that the other next President of Kenya is William Ruto and that was evident by the show of love from Western Kenya residents.
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