Today a section of Kenya Kwanza leaders led by former Kakamega county Senator Boni Khalwale hosted a political rally in Kakamega county to hunt for their votes as they also popularise Ruto in the area. Through his official Facebook account, Dr Boni Khalwale has thanked Khiwesero residents for attending today's rally. Here are some pictures showing Kenya Kwanza rally led by Khalwale in Kakamega county.
Furthermore, he has also mentioned leaders who attended today's rally in Khiwesero including Cleopas Malala and Benjamin Washiali. Here is what Boni Khalwale wrote on his Facebook account "Thank you Muhaka village of Kisa West, Khwisero Constituency for this show of love. Also in attendance were Cleopas Malala, Benjamin Washiali and a host of local candidates".Thank you Muhaka village of Kisa West, Khwisero Constituency for this show of love. Also in attendance were Cleopas Malala, Benjamin Washiali and a host of local candidates Below is the screenshot photo of what Boni Khalwale said.
Here is a Facebook link video with full evidence.
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