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Kenya Kwanza Alliance reaps big at the Coast

[Deputy President William Ruto addressing supporters at Tononoka grounds in Mombasa on February, 5, 2022. Photo/DPPS].

The United Democratic Alliance (UDA), Amani National Congress (ANC) and Ford Kenya political parties under the Kenya Kwanza Alliance has concluded a two day political campaigns in the Coast region targeting the once purported ODM strong zones.

Led by Deputy President William Ruto, ANC’s Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya Party leader Moses Wetangula, the leaders appealed to the Coastal communities to align themselves with the Kenya Kwanza Alliance so that they are fully involved in the formation of their own government.

Addressing locals at the Tononoka grounds in Mombasa on Saturday, once again, Deputy President William Ruto rubbished the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2020 famously known as the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) saying contrary to the purported agenda of uniting the nation, BBI has thrown the country into disarray.

He trashed the whole process saying it aimed at benefitting few politicians and leaving out over 50 million Kenyans living in harsh economic conditions.

Ruto said Kenya Kwanza Alliance aims at overhauling the current leadership system and invoke an all inclusive government.

He appealed to locals not to be shaken by any attempts to impose on them a leader who lack any development agenda for this country.

“Remain unbowed, focused and aim above the normal demand, this country belongs to all of us and not for few individuals who wants to control everything, no,” the DP told the crowd.

His sentiments were echoed by ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi who reiterated that Kenyans should disentangle themselves from the current leadership being imposed on them.

Mudavadi said, since Kenyans are evidently in desperation, hopeless and economically grounded situation, they should use such pains in implementing the leadership changes they have been yearning for, for years.

“I chose to walk with the Deputy President because his agenda and mine are the same and when combined we are sure we will transform the lives of all Kenyans indiscriminately,” said Mudavadi.

The Kenya Kwanza principal urged Kenyans never to relent in giving themselves new, development oriented leadership.

[ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi (Left) with Deputy President William Ruto in Kwale County. Photo/DPPS]

On his part, Ford Kenya Party leader Moses Wetangula said the country’s transformation will highly depend on Kenyans decision during the August, 9 general elections.

He said, Kenyans will regret their wrong choices of leadership for another five years and further urged them to make an informed decision during the forthcoming polls.

“There is nothing new we are telling you, it’s all about your participation in the general elections that will enable you access quality healthcare, quality education, uplift your small businesses through government support among other critical and financial services you will directly benefit from your new dedicated government,” he stressed out.

The team of Kenya Kwanza allied leaders were on Friday in Taita Taveta County, then to Kilifi. On Saturday they camped in Kwale and Mombasa counties to sell the Kenya Kwanza, Bottom up Development Economic model and the ‘Pesa Mfukoni’ initiative with a political aim of distabilising the purported ODM strong holds.