Where the Cs used the opportunity to popularize Raila's Presidential bid, as he tore apart Ruto's quest.
Cs Wamalwa stired the crowd into chants as he rallied locals to support Raila's bid. He remained of the wonder to see and hear that DP Ruto is issuing more demands to western leaders in his movement before they form a pact, unlike Raila.
Who Cs Wamalwa praised saying is ready to share the government with western leaders without conditions.
He bragged of Raila's appointment of Kenneth Marende and Governer Oparanya in his government as senate speaker and Finance minister respectively, should he be elected.
Unlike Ruto, who is demanding 70% votes from Wetangula and Mudavadi before he shares the government with them. He termed Ruto as an unfriendly neighbour.
The Cs ended his speech by affirming in Late prophet Wanameme's prophecy. Who foretold that the salvation of the Luhya nation will come from the lake. A prophecy which will be fulfilled by Raila becoming the fifth President, due to his nearness to the lake.
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