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Azimio Ally Claims Posibility of Wetangula and Mudavadi Delivering 70% Western Votes To Ruto

Kwanza Might Get 70% of Western VotesRaila Odinga, a Kenyan presidential candidate, and Kenya Kwanza's Deputy President William appeared to be in a close battle in the 2022 contest for the States House. Prof. George Wajackhoya of the Roots Party and David Wahiga of the Agano Party are other candidates.

Now, with just 43 days until the much awau battle bruise, Azimio Insider has spoken on the possibility that Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress party, and Moses Wetangula, of the Ford Kenya party, will deliver about 70% of the votes from the Western region to William Ruto, the deputy president.

Fernandes Barasa, an Orange Democratic Movement candidate for governor of Kakamega, discusses the likelihood that the two Kenya Kwanza leaders will give hustlers wing the votes they need in a social media post on Monday.

He claimed that the majority of Mulembe Nation voters would support Raila Odinga and Martha Karua, and that Kakamega County in particular is fully azimionated. Therefore, he predicts that the opposition will be able to obtain 70% of the final 5%. He believes that Kenya Kwanza, which is led by DP Ruto, is not well-liked in the Western region, making the aim difficult to meet.

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