Today the Deputy President William Ruto continued with his campaigns in the Western region. The DP was accompanied by many politicians including Members of Parliament John Waluke(Sirisia), Dan Wanyama(Webuye), Fred Kapondi(Mt Elgon), Ben Washiali(Mumias East), Robert Pukose(Endebbes) and Didmus Barasa(Kimilili) and former Senator Boni Khalwale.
Ruto indicated that our destiny as a country is determined by our collective effort to live together irrespective of our ethnic backgrounds. He said that his Bottom-up Economic Model will transform the nation.
Boni Khalwale indicated that 2022 Western will return a 70 per cent block vote.
His sentiments( Khalwale) have led to different reactions amongst many people. Here are some of them.
Robert Miheso. Don't be lied to by those crowds. People are just after your money.
Paliamo Kokaro. You could be joking. Kindly focus on the Kakamega County governorship.
Sue Shiro. It is true. The form nowadays is UDA. The future is yellow. The Hustler Nation is unstoppable.
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