Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress Party, may be seen here making a spectacular entry at the event's intended location in this photo.
At today's rally in Khwisero, Kakamega County, hosted by the Kenya Kwanza Movement, attendees were reduced to laughter. According to reports, many residents of the area did not bother to attend the event that Senator Wetangula and Amani National Congress Party boss Musalia Mudavadi graced.
via a video that is going around the internet that was posted by Mohamed Wehliye on his Twitter handle. At a market center, the Honorable Musalia Mudavadi is seen making his grand entrance, only to be met with a cold reception from the locals.
It is important to take note that the Khwisero region in Kakamega county is considered to be Raila Odinga's stronghold. owing to the fact that he has an overwhelming amount of support from both the citizens of the area and the leaders of the surrounding regions who are on his side. To name just one of its leaders, Governor Oparanya.
It was therefore not surprising when leaders affiliated with the Kenya Kwanza movement and Mudavadi gave him such a cool reception.
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