Amani National Congress ANC, party leader leader Musalia Mudavadi have vowed that they will deliver 90 per cent of Western Kenya votes to the votes tobDeputy President William Ruto in the August polls. Speaking in Limuru on Monday 23rd during Kiambu county economic forum that was organised by Dp William Ruto under Kenya Kwanza Alliance, Mr Mudavadi said the Western region is ready to deliver massive votes to the DPWilliam Ruto as he downplayed the heavy demand that was imposed on them by the Kenya Kwanza coalition which required them to bring 70 per cent of the votes from their backyard in exchange with 30 per cent of government.
"I and Wetangula are here, we have consolidated Western Kenya. 70 per cent is way less, we will bring 90 per cent," Mudavadi said.
He added by saying that, they are behind Raila's massive influence in the region and therefore, he exuded confidence that the political tides have changed in Western Kenya believing that they will carry the day as the Kenya Kwanza coalition.
Many Kenyans showed alot of doubt to the western leaders after they were handed a hefty demand by Kenya Kwanza coalition, where Mudavadi and Wetangula will receive 30 per cent of government resources, cabinet and ambassadorial appointments if they manage to bring 70 per cent of the votes.
Mudavadi was also promised to be given Chief Minister position while Moses Wetangula was to take over as the speaker of National Assembly, only if the Kenya Kwanza Alliance wins August General election.
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