The former Prime Minister Raila Odinga,took his presidential campaign to Bungoma, urging residents to vote for Azimio because it was more trustworthy than Kenya Kwanza, which is led by Deputy President William Ruto.
And hours after Raila Odinga left the county,Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa pulled a large crowds in the same area the Azimio group held their rally.
Barasa urged the Bungoma residents to vote for Kenya Kwanza alliance, further saying that Raila Odinga is now too old.
"Baba anechoka hawezani.Hapa tuko kwa Kenya Kwanza," Barasa said as huge crowds cheers.
The ODM leader in the rally,called Ruto a "master of false promises," and the leaders who accompanied him said Ruto is a coward who gave in to political pressure by fleeing the country for 12 days.
He mocked Ruto for complaining about government corruption and compared the Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate to a suspect being pursued who begins pointing a finger at an innocent person while attempting to flee.
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