Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has boosted Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate William Ruto by ditching out Raila Odinga's Azimio. The move was announced on Saturday, July 30, by Deputy President William Ruto. Many political leaders have received information with difference remarks. Some leaders are praising that Sonko moves will bring many values to Kenya Kwanza while others are against the move, arguing that Sonko has no stand in politics. In Sides of William Ruto it is clear that William Ruto was boosted since Sonko hinted at supporting UDA's Mombasa gubernatorial candidate, Hassan Omar, if not allowed to run for office.
Today, political Analyst, Danstan Omar has also given out his statement over Sonko move to Kenya kwanza. He claimed that Sonko is a big and important asset to William Ruto presidency, and it will bring an impact in August election. "Politically, Sonko is a big asset, he is not someone you can underrate. I am in Azimio, but that does not blind me from reality. Sonko's endorsement of Omar in Mombasa is massive. In Nairobi, it is a killer punch against Igathe." Omar said.
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