Wiper Democratic Movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka's ally and Deputy party leader Farah Maalim, has frankly claimed that Deputy President Dr William Ruto has captured the Mt Kenya region people in a large number ahead of 2022 general elections.
Speaking on an interview with TV47, Maalim openly admitted that the approach in which the Deputy President Dr William Ruto is using to popularise his presidential bid in Mt Kenya region, is completely different and has worked for him well as compared to other presidential candidates. Since Mudavadi and Kalonzo are facing it rough to outdo his wheelbarrow narrative when they visit the region.
He added that when they went there with his party leader Kalonzo Musyoka to popularise his presidential bid, they found it hard to sell their agendas because people were shouting in their faces that they are going for the wheelbarrow (Deputy President's side).
"I think the manner in which the DP is trying to sell his campaigns is very different from Mudavadi, or Kalonzo. We went out there with Kalonzo, people shouted in the face we are going for the wheelbarrow but we reasoned with them not name call." He said.
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