Kenya Kwanza Western tour became a laughing stock yesterday after poor turnout in from Kakamega county residents. In Mt. Kenya Nyeri, Murang'a and Kiambu Kenya Kwanza alliance pulled mammoth of crowd but yesterday things turned bizzare. But today in Wetangula's yard Bungoma county he has manage to assemble people of all walks that adhered to his call and came out in big numbers. See photos below;
This year elections will be tough as both the prime contestants deputy President William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga seems to be having almost the same level of popularity. Since Raila picked Martha Karua as his probability of winning August 9 general elections is rising momentarily and it has become hard to predict who will win the election.
Comparing on the number that turned out today it is clear that Wetangula has a say in Bungoma county and he will be play a big role in ensuring 70% western votes. Do you think Wetangula and Mudavadi will manage to produce 70% in western region?
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