Kenya Kwanza camp led by Deputy President William Ruto has suffered a huge setback after one of their Governor candidates has quit the race with just few days to the General election.
Photo courtesy: Kenya Kwanza Governor candidate as he joined Azimio camp
The news Of Kiangoi Dumping Kenya Kwanza will be a huge blow to DP Ruto and Musalia Mudavadi's hunt for votes in Nyanza region which is the backyard to ODM boss Raila Odinga.
Photos courtesy: Ben Momanyi's event on Friday
He will now be backing MP Ben Momanyi of Wiper Party under Azimio.
Also on Tuesday, Momanyi received UDA lobby group supporting Walter Nyambati as they ditched the hustler nation camp.
"... I received NYAMIRA gubernatorial candidate Hon. Joseph Kiangoi of ANC/Kenya Kwanza to Wiper/ Azimio. He dropped his bid in my favour....
We were also joined by Wamama na Nyambati, a UDA lobby team supporting Hon. Walter Nyambati. On Tuesday, I am confident that we shall win by a big margin... " Ben Momanyi's post reads.
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