Raila took his campaigns to Bungoma county while Ruto went to Narok. Raila turnout in Bungoma seemed to be low as compared to other places in western region. Bungoma county is one of the parts in western region that has proved to be Ruto's stronghold. Considering that Moses Wetangula who is the senator of Bungoma and Mp Didmus Barasa are from Bungoma and are behind the big support Ruto is getting from Bungoma.
Didmus Barasa has today compared his crowd in Bungoma more specifically a place called Tongareni in Bungoma county. The controversial Member of Parliament is one of politicians in Kenya that would do anything to make sure Raila fail to inherite Statehouse from Uhuru Kenyatta.
Recently he was on the run over misuse of CDF vehicle that he painted UDA pictures on it and he came out asking the state to arrest Raila first who he alleged that was also using government vehicles in his campaigns before arresting him.
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