While addressing the residents, Raila took the opportunity to list various projects that president Uhuru Kenyatta will accomplish before he leaves office.
The projects include a granite factory that will be used to crash construction stones be and help in exploiting the granitic tors doting the region.
Secondly, he promised that uhuru will soon commission a water project in the region which will benefits the locals.
He also promised that the head of state will be coming to bring a chatter for the local university.
From the photos posted online, it was evident that Raila's meeting was well attended despite the fact that he was in Musalia's territory.
Below are the photos from the rally.
On the other hand, the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi together with Kenya kwanza brigade toured Tongaren and parts of western to drum up support for DP William Ruto's presidential bid.
"We took our Kenya Kwanza message of hope to the people of Tongaren, Malava, Sirisia, Matayos, Mechimeru and Kidundu.
No amount of intimidation or harassment can stop an idea whose time has come." He tweeted
Below are the photos from the Rallies in Bungoma.
Musalia Mudavadi and moses Wetangula have already signed an agreement with DP William Ruto to be given 30 percent of government should they bring 70 percent of the votes from western.
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