DP William Ruto's Vocal Ally Declares Interest To Vie For Kakamega Governor Seat Under UDA Ticket.
As the 8th August 2022 general elections nears, there are several politician who have started laying bare their intentions to go for the various elective seats in the country and thr latest one is the former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale.
Khalwale is a very strong and much stounch supporter of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto and he will vie for the seat under the deputy president's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party as was constained in the poster that he released today.
This will be the second time Khalwale will be going for the seat after vieing against Wycliffe Oparanya in 2017 but went ahead to lose and oflate he had been laying ground to take over the gubernatorial seat in 2022 as Oparanya exits.
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