On Wednesday the ODM leader together with the Narc Kenya leader were in Vihiga County to put out their manifestos. Vihiga is a county that the Azimio chief has so many people who will vote for him given the fact that it is where the Kenya Kwanza principal Musalia Mudavadi comes from. He currently associates himself with the Deputy President William Ruto.
The Narc Kenya leader together with the ODM leader were welcomed triumphantly by the Vihiga citizens who portrayed their love as as they received the duo. This will lead to losses for Musalia Mudavadi who has not been successful in bringing together the vihiga residents the reason being that his support base had shifted and moved towards the former Nasa principal Raila Odinga.
In addition, the former Prime Minister and Narc Kenya leader have visited a number of stopovers in Mudavadi's county and later today convene a large rally in this county of Vihiga. What is your opinion on whether Musalia Mudavadi will garner the 70% threshold as is expected of him by the UDA leader.
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