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Mudavadi Claims He Will Not Deliver 70% Votes From Western, Reveals The Number He Will Bring

As the country approaches election season, political leaders are busy circling the country in the hopes of attracting more followers and emphasizing their agenda for Kenyans.

Raila and DP Ruto are anticipated to compete for the most coveted seat, replacing President Kenyatta, who is preparing to run for re-election. Raila enjoys widespread support in the West, but Dp Ruto wants 70% of Mudavadi and Wetangula's total.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi now says they will bring 90% of the vote to Western Kenya through the basket of Deputy President William Ruto in the August elections.

The ANC leader ignored the noise caused by Kenya's coalition demand that they cast 70% of the vote for 30% of the government.

Speaking in Limuru on Monday at the Kiambu regional economic forum, Mudavadi said the Western region was ready to bring more votes to the DP.

Do you think Mudavadi and Wetangula will bring 90% western votes? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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