The Kenya kwanza leaders today held a rally in Western region where they popularized the deputy president William Ruto's presidential ambitions to the people. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Western Leaders today held mega rally in Bungoma county where they were received by a huge crowd.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi led other leaders from Western region to sell the deputy president William Ruto's presidency. Musalia Mudavadi on his speech urged the residents of Bungoma county to support the Kenya kwanza team in the coming general election.
Despite that, the leaders who attended a rally includes the Ford Kenya party leader Hon Moses Wetangula. The other leaders includes the Kimilili member of parliament Hon Didmus Barasa, former Kakamega senator Hon Boni Khalwale, Mumias East member of parliament Hon Benjamin Washiali among other leaders. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of campaign.
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