The next general election which is planned to happen on August this year is now taking another shape as leaders continue with their campaigns. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Kenya kwanza leaders from Western region held a mega rally at Kipsigon Mount Elgon in Bungoma county.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the residents came out in large number to welcome the Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi and his counterpart Hon Moses Wetangula. The two are now searching for 70% votes in the the western region as required by the deputy president William Ruto. According to their speech, they urged the residents of Bungoma county to support the deputy president William Ruto in the next general election.
They continued by encouraging the western leaders to work together so that they can elect a leader who will bring development projects in their region. Despite that, let us maintain peace among each other during this time of campaign.
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