Kenyans have been impressed after photos comparing Deputy President William Ruto's political rally in Bungoma and Governor Wycliffe Oparanya's Rally in Mumias Town emerge. William Ruto is one of the top presidential hopeful in Country. According to the report shared, today DP took his campaigns to the Western parts of the country where he was accompanied by ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party Moses Wetangula.
Wycliffe Oparanya's Rally
Therefore today, Governor Wycliffe Oparanya took political campaigns to Mumias Town. According to the report shared, Oparanya was campaigning to popularise Azimio La Umoja and the presidential bid of Raila Odinga.
Oparanya thanked the following members of parliament for ditching ANC party to join Azimio La Umoja. He thanked Bishop Tutus Kamala (Lurambi), Tindi Mwale (Butere), Christopher Aseko (Khwisero) and Peter Nabulindo (Matungu), former member of parliament Shinyalu, Anami Lisamula and MCAs for heeding voters demand to quit ANC party and support Raila's presidential bid.
Ruto's Rally in Bungoma county
Deputy President William Ruto was also in Bungoma county with ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula. He was also accompanied with more than 50 members of parliament, host of MCAs and Aspirants.
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