William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza alliance is aimed at clinching the top seat.Ruto hopes to beat Raila in the presidential contest.However,it may be a toll order for him since Odinga's popularity is fast rising.The team has scaled up its campaigns especially in the mountain region.Ruto has in several instances visited the place.Now that Karia has been picked as Raila's running mate,many politicians have started alligning themselves with Karua.
Ruto's camp is also strategising to capture as many places as possible.Yesterday,Ruto began his tour in Eldoret Langas.Mudavadi was in Kabarnet while Gachagua was in Kericho hours before they met in Nakuru.While at Eldoret,he told the electorates to drop politicians such as MP Mishra of Kesses since they have been rebels.
While speaking,he praised the Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi for his relentless efforts to make sure that he climbs to the limelight.He narrated how Sudi started from a humble beginning as a matatu tout.At one time,Ruto caused laughter that he hears that Sudi doesn't have academic certificates but that has not barred him from delivering.Will Sudi survive in the certificate issue after a principal denouncing him?
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