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The deputy president chance of winning increases in Kakamega as ANC delegates woes them to bid him

The Kenyan general election is to be conducted in 9th August this year. The aspirants eyeing for various posts are now shifting their political tactics. They are aligning themselves to the political parties that have high chances of wooing the voters.

Today, the deputy president has take his political rallies to western region. He was accompanied by the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and FORD Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula.

According to NTV news post the delegates who accompanied the leader, spoke to the crowd asking them to bide the deputy President and the team.

The western community leaders, who are the delegates of ANC answered James Orango speech on the fall of the countries economy. They said that Orango was among those who are behind the fall down of economy.

They condemned an allegation on Raila being behind the bribing of Western Kenya leaders to join Azimio la Umoja. This seems to be a down fall for the Former prime minister camp

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