Dp Ruto visited Western region a few weeks ago in an attempt to popularize the UDA party in the region and spread his hustler narrative and the bottom up economy approach. However these may backfire terribly in Kakamega county because his main ally in this area may likely fail in the elections.
The Kakamega County gubernatorial seat is being competed by a number of aspirants from different parties. The forerunners are from ODM and UDA party with the UDA party being represent by former senator Boni Khalwale.
Boni Khalwale is likely to fail in selling UDA party in the region and will likely face defeat in the seat of the governor in the next year's general elections. This seat is likely to be win by an ODM party ticket holder because ODM party's popularity in the region is beyond that of UDA and not even Dp Ruto's tours and rallies may change that.
Therefore, if the former senator fails, it will mean Dp Ruto will also have failed in the region and this will boost Raila's odds of becoming the next president. For more like share and follow.
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