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Big Win For Ruto In Comparing Rally Crowd In Bungoma Before And After Mudavadi's Support (PHOTOS)

The Deputy President and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leader Dr. William Ruto's political influence in the Western region has tremendously grown after joining forces with Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula at the Amani National Congress (ANC) NDC event at Bomas. The earthquake announcement and formation of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance (KKA) sent political tremors to the OKA principals and President Uhuru who poured out his heart claiming that Mudavadi disappointed him. This prompted the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Hon. Raila Odinga to raid Mudavadi's party and cajole all Western MPs to join his Azimio La Umoja Movement.

Despite several legislators ditching Mudavadi's party, his influence as the Western kingpin was evident after the Tangatanga brigade shared pictorial updates of the Mega rally. Thousands of Kenyans thronged the Posta grands to grace the rally as Mudavadi and Ruto shared the podium and deconstructed the ODM leader and President Uhuru to gain political mileage ahead of the 9th August general elections.

Kenyans have been keen to notice Mudavadi's influence as evidenced by a mammoth crowd pulled in Bungoma compared to Ruto's previous rallies in the area.

See photos of Ruto's previous rally in Bungoma with only Tangatanga brigade:

See photos of Ruto-Mudavadi-Wetangula pact rally in Bungoma on 28th January:

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