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Viral Video Of Man Campaigning for Ruto in Raila's Town in Nyanza with A Donkey Elicits Reactions

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is thought to have a stronghold in Migori County, although deputy president William Ruto has continued to penetrate the county and has earned some votes.

Governor Okoth Obado is accused of secretly backing Kenya Kwanza, and this move is expected to bolster Ruto's popularity in the county.

In the meantime, a man riding a donkey around Migori town is pushing citizens to vote for Kenya Kwanza in the upcoming general election.

He's wearing UDA garb and is heard saying "UDA, Kazi ni Kazi, Harambe." His jerricans are yellow, the color of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party.

This indicates that the ODM party leader still has work to do in this county if he wants to maintain his popularity in the general election.

What are your thoughts on this? Leave a comment and tell your friends about this post. To see the whole video of this Migori man lobbying for UDA click the link below.

Below are some of the reactions people have made online on this viral video.

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