Moitalel Ole Kenta, a candidate for the ODM party in the race for governor of Narok County, has recently been recorded urging voters to back William Ruto of the UDA party rather than his master Raila Odinga.
The Narok North MP has firmly stated his opinion, which he believes is very different from that being considered by his political master Raila Odinga, when speaking at a rally in Narok County.
To put it another way, he is solely interested in winning the gubernatorial election, not the presidency.
In the upcoming elections, Narok County residents who he has identified as DP Ruto's followers in a video should vote for him as their governor and then think about voting for whoever they think will represent their interests at the top level of government.
Ole Kenta has gone ahead to urge the fans to support UDA leader William Ruto without running or fearing harsh repercussions.
Many would have anticipated seeing him urge his supporters to cast their ballots for his party's leader, Raila Odinga, instead.
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