DP Ruto's Brigade Storms Kakamega County on Tuesday
By EmbuCountyBlogger | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 3565 views
Deputy President William Ruto's brigade has today stormed Kakamega County in Matunga Sub County to campaign for its a candidate for the upcoming Byelection in March 2021.
According to the video obtained from Ruto Mashinani Facebook Page, Kakakemega residents have accorded DP Ruto's Brigade heroic welcome while at the same time promising to support his 2022 presidential Bid ahead of the upcoming polls.
Led by former Member of Parliament in Kakamega County Hon Boniface Khalwale, DP Ruto's team has continued to drum up the support for Alex Lanya, the UDA Party Candidate who seeks to replace the Late MP Justus Mulunga who passed away last year due to Covid-19 related complications.
In regards to the Building Bridges Initiative, Residents of Kakamega County have announced that they aren't ready to pass the report in the anticipated referendum adding that it might end in tears and regrets. They have announced that BBI is not their priority at this time, revealing that it is most likely to benefit a few people in the Government.
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