After signing a coalition agreement with Kenya Kwanza yesterday, Outgoing Machakos governor Hon Alfred Mutua has today organized a mega rally in Tala, Machakos County.
The rally will be the first between Alfred Mutua and Deputy President William Ruto in the region as a team as they try to consolidate power ahead of 2022 general elections.
According to sources, the rally will see Dr Alfred Mutua endorse Ruto's Presidency ambitions. It's expected that all Kenya Kwanza leaders will be present including outgoing Kilifi governor Amason Kingi who joined Ruto's camp today.
Those present will include, Ford Kenya's party leader Hon Moses Masika Wetangula, ANC party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi, PAA party leader Hon Amason Kingi, CCK party leader Hon Moses Kuria, CCM party leader Hon Isaac Ruto among others.
As the campaigns intensifys, Kenya Kwanza brigade have managed to coerce their followers to remain vigilant with them as they approach the climax of the campaigns.
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