Deputy president William Ruto has today received another huge political boost ahead of his august general elections in the country.
This is after influential leaders from the Ukambani region puts a white smoke on his face ahead of the general election.
The regions demands comes shortly after Kalonzo Musyoka announces his entry into the presidential race just few hours after the Azimio LA Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga announces Martha Karua as his running mate a head of the August general election.
The Ukambani leaders are now demanding Kalonzo Musyoka to join the Kenya Kwanza alliance coalition which is currently being led by deputy president William Ruto a head of the August general election.
They said Kalonzo has been misused by Raila Odinga until he has thrown him away as dustbin. They now demands for Kalonzo Musyoka to join the Kenya Kwanza and help deputy president William Ruto to deliver the presidency from Raila Odinga.
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