Opinion: Western By-Elections Takes Shape, See Why Ruto Will Win
By Watima | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Following the hightened and political tension in Kenya, many realignments have been made by contestants for the tough race ahead. This is in view of political leaders seeking fame and support ahead of 2022 elections and the by- elections in Westen Kenya. This month have also seen many iconic political leaders succumbing to death hence leaving their seats vacant.
In Western Kenya particularly, the forthcoming by-elections following the death of the former ANC member of parliament Murunga and James Lusweti of Ford Kenya, have seen Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula getting into a good partnership purposefully to reinstate their political prowess in their areas of jurisdiction.
Musalia Mudavadi, moses Wetangula, Martha Karua, Moses Wentagula, Chris Wamalwa and Kalonzo Musyoka have come together to solidify their partnership to win the elections. This comes following the popularised hustler vs dynasty narrative by the deputy president William Ruto, who has received quantifiable support from youths by creating the UDA party.
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