Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi took his campaigns in Kakamega in a bid to popularize Kenya Kwanza Alliance ahead of August general elections.
The KKA principal was accompanied by Kakamega governor hopeful Cleophas Malala who is officially launching his gubernatorial campaign.
While in Ikolomani, the incumbent senator promised residents that women will receive water for free without covering long distances.
Malala asked voters to also consider voting for senator hopeful Boni Khalwale and William Ruto.
Malala posed a question inquiring those people who support Azimio One Kenya coalition party flagbearer Raila Odinga. Before he could complete his words a number of hands were already up in the air.
However, he changed quickly to pose the question in Ruto's favor.
Mudavadi was tasked with the mandatory to deliver 70% of votes to Ruto's Kenya Kwanza team.
Ruto's team has visited the western region many times in attempts to turn over the province which is believed to be Raila's political stronghold.
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