Famous member of parliament Benjamin Washiali who is the western region campaign manager of Kenya Kwanza coalition, has caused stir in Kakamega after predicting William Ruto's votes and how he will win the August 9th elections easily.
Washiali said that Ruto has alot of support from Rift Valley region and Mt Kenya, and according to his statistics, Ruto has already 10 Million votes from the two region and those are sure votes.
Washiali said now Western Region will have to top the rest and make Ruto the winner with more than 50%. Washiali said that elections is a game of numbers and Ruto already has the numbers in the most populated regions.
Washiali said that he is very sure that Kenya Kwanza led by Ruto will be the government that Kenya wants, he said young entrepreneurs are suffering and it is a tough time for everyone. He said that Ruto and Kenya Kwanza team are the solution to this issue.
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