Malala asked supporters of Raila Odinga to raise their hands while participating in campaigns in various Kakamega counties. The question was extremely contentious. Raila's fortunes in Kakamega are deteriorating, which shocked him when none of the enormous crowds raised their hands.
The large group of people declared their ardent allegiance to Kenya Kwanza. Presently, it is evident that Kenya Kwanza is working hard to win the support of the Western region and that they are confident they will receive more votes than the Azimio coalition.
The startling development is that nobody raised their hand to support Azimio at Malala's rally. It is clear that the majority of Kenya Kwanza leaders, led by Musalia Mudavadi, have intensified their political efforts in Western Kenya to ensure they receive 70% of the vote and a 30% share of the Kenya Kwanza government.
It's obvious that the Western Kenya region, as it always has, will support Raila Odinga until the very end. But in this year's elections, it appears that William Ruto, the vice president, mounted a ruthless assault to remove Raila Odinga from his position as the political leader of Western Kenya.
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