Deputy President William Ruto and Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga are embroiled in a cut-throat competition on how to garner votes on the August 9 poll.
Kenya Kwanza leaders from Western region promised to deliver 70 per cent of votes to Ruto's busket in bid to defeat ODM leader Raila.
Bonny Khalwale is contesting for Kakamega Senatorial seat under UDA ticket while Cleophas Malala is seeking to succeed Governor Wycliffe Oparanya. Malala is contesting with ODM candidate Farnandes Barasa.
Musalia led Kenya Kwanza rally in Kakamega on Sunday. He was in the company of Malala, Khalwale among other leaders.
Amid heckles from the huge crowd, Khalwale asked Mudavadi to stop interfering with local politics and concentrate on the presidential election.
This is not the first time Khalwale has disagreed with ANC allies in Kakamega county. Earlier, while he was campagning in Matungu, Khalwale declared that both Barasa and Malala were fit and should be subjected to public scrutiny.
Political pundit have opined that the sibling wars in Western might be a blow to DP Ruto with a few days to election.
Raila's allies in Western are leaving nothing to chance as they battle to counter attack Kenya Kwanza influence. Governor Oparanya, Barasa rallied Busia county on Saturday and Sunday drumming support for Raila.
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