Kenya Kwanza leaders have today continued with their campaigns as they seek support ahead of the August's polls. The team led by the deputy president William Ruto are currently battling Raila's Azimio la Umoja in the ongoing political campaigns across the country.
Ruto has Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart,Moses Wetangula by his side. The two decamped NASA coalition a year ago and are now seeking to be in the next government through Kenya Kwanza alliance.
However, for them to get a share of the government, there have been reports that they need to deliver over seventy percent of western votes to the alliance. With Raila also boasting of his influence in the Western region, this has been termed as a tough task by many.
However, Musalia Mudavadi has today delivered extremely great news to Kenya Kwanza alliance stating that together with Wetangula they will deliver over ninety percent of the votes from the region. If this turns out to be true, the Kenya Kwanza alliance have thus gained massively.
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