Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance has seemengly suffered popularity blow in on of the innitially percieved Raila Odinga's back yard. This is after a video emerged showing an ODM Gubernatorial candidate openly campaigning for Kenya Kwanza Alliance leader DP William Ruto.
The video published by the William Ruto Campaign Secretariat Director of Communication Hussein Mohamed shows the ODM Narok North member of Parliament Moitalel ole Kenta openly asking people to vote for Dr. Ruto during his campaign rally in Narok County.
In the video, the MP who is also the ODM gubernatorial candidate for Narok county asked the people which party they supported and who they wanted to be president before proceeding to endorse the UDA presidential candidate.
'Here is UDA stronghold, right? I am in ODM but I am not looking to be president. I will not ask you to vote for the ODM guy, vote your guy. I want to be governor. So when you vote for Ruto, you vote for me too.' Kenta said in swahili as the crowd cheered in agreement.
'Narok County, the last straw! It’s done.' Hussein Mohamed captioned the video posted on Twitter.
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