Kenyans atlarge and residents of western region, have come up with mixed reactions in the social media pages following the turn of events. That has today snaps the Kenya Kwanza coalition rally in Wetangula's Bedroom Sirisia, Bungoma county.
Where Mudavadi's Kenya Kwanza stronghold turned the meeting into a laughing stock.As residents allegedly snubbed the event. That was also marked by Senator Wetangula, Malala among other leaders.
Through a viral video premiere on the social media platforms only a few residents are seen having attended the Kenya Kwanza party meeting.
ANC party stronghold Hon. Musalia Mudavadi after saying that deliver 90 per cent of Western region votes to the percentage of the votes basket of Dp William Ruto, today hit the ground crazy running where his meeting attracted a quite just a number of residents.
Musalia's team today whoes Bungoma County one of the areas perceived believed to be Azimio leader Raila Odinga's backyard where he toured Cheptais accompanied by the Ford Kenya Party leader Moses Wetangula and Senate Ken Lusaka among other UDA allies.
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