On Tuesday, His Excellency the deputy president William Ruto will miss a top event that will be taking place in the Kenyan Western region.
This has been revealed by the former Kakamega county senator Boni Khalwale who has revealed those who will take part in the campaign trails.
Among the leaders who will take part in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance campaign trail of the Western Kenya region is the Amani National Congress ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and his counterpart Moses Masika Wetangula who is the Ford Kenya party leader.
Others are Kakamega county gubernatorial candidate Cleophas Malala as well as Bernard Washiali all who are close allies of the deputy president William Ruto and his hustler nation movement.
According to the itinerary released by the former Kakamega county senator, the rally will begin at Lumakanda market which is in Lugari constituency at 9am and layer head to Kwisero constituency around 3pm and close the day at Shinyalu constituency at 5pm.
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