Kenya kwanza leaders today held a big rally in Western region where they were selling the bids of Deputy president William Ruto presidential ambitions to the people. The Western Leaders held mega rally in Bungoma county where they were received by a huge crowd.
The Amani National Congress party leader Honourable Musalia Mudavadi led other leaders from Western region to sell Deputy president William Ruto presidency bids to the residents of Western. Musalia Mudavadi on his speech urged the residents of Bungoma county to support Kenya kwanza party.
The leaders who attended the rally includes the Ford Kenya party leader Honourable Moses Wetangula, Kimilili member of parliament Honourable Didmus Barasa, former Kakamega senator Honourable Boni Khalwale, Mumias East member of parliament Honourable Benjamin Washiali and among other leaders.
They promised the residents of Bungoma county that if Deputy president win the election he will ensure that youths are employed, support single parents and also provide free NHIF cards.
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