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Hundreds Turnout For Azimio's Parallel Rally To Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Tour At Mudavadi's Homeground

Raila's Azimio campaigns were taken to Western region for a series of political rallies at Busia county as they strengthen support for Raila's presidential bid. Western region is the homeground of Musalia Mudavadi who doubles up as the kingpin of the region as well as the key principal of Ruto's Kenya Kwanza coalition.

The team was led by the incumbent governor of Kakamega county who is the hopeful cabinet secretary for finance in Raila's government. Dr Paul Otuoma who is tye the ODM gubenatorial candidate for Busia and a host of prominent leaders among them aspirants for county legislature and National Assembly joined forces with him in selling the Azimio gospel to the residents.

The team was warmly received by hundreds of residents who turned out to grace their rally as chants of their names rents the air. The urged the residents to support Raila's presidential bid as they assures them that Raila's government will empower them through creating opportunities for them in both formal and informal sectors.

The Azimio's heroic reception came hours after Ruto's Kenya Kwanza tour in the same region at Kakamega. The Kenya Kwanza campaigns were led by Musalia Mudavadi who returned to his backyard to rally support for Kenya Kwanza coalition. He was accompanied by a host of leaders among them the gubenatorial candidate for Kakamega county(Cleophas Malala) who is launching his gubenatorial campaigns.The video can be accessed via the following link.

The warm reception that Busia residents accorded the Azimio brigade is a huge boost to Raila's camp because this might be an indication that his popularity is increasing. Governor Wylcliffe Oparanya shared a live video on his Facebook page as they engage with hundreds of Busia residents in their plan of transforming the economic status of the region.

The video can be accessed via the following link.

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