Oops! Wetangula mistakenly campaign for Azimio during Ruto’s rally

On Friday, Vice Presidents William Ruto, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetang’ula delivered the Kenya First campaign to Nakuru County.

Wetang’ula addressed the fans and wrongly asked them to stand in line with the United Nations Declaration

Ruto promised that Kenya Kwanza would build unity and work to create wealth for everyone in Nakuru

Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetang’ula almost approved the unification of the Union Declaration during the Kenya First protest in Nakuru County on Friday, February 11.

Wetang’ula was addressing supporters of the Kenya First Alliance when he incorrectly asked the crowd to stand by the United Nations Declaration, but he soon realized and corrected himself.

“I have come here with my colleagues and we ask you for one thing, support the Declaration eeh our Kenya Kwanza group which we want to bring to you a government that cares for the interests of the people” (I want to encourage you to support the Declaration eeeh Kenya First who will form the next government).

During the meetings, Ruto promised that Kenya First would build unity and work to create prosperity for everyone in Nakuru, noting that the new Kenyan city is a beacon of stability.

About three days ago, a Busia County parliamentary candidate was shocked when he erroneously supported the Union Declaration movement at the Ruto rally.

On Monday, February 7, Ruto went through some parts of Busia County where he received support for high-end phones and “better economy” as he continued.

Bernard Nyandieki, who is seeking to represent the Nambale constituency in the National Assembly, using a United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party ticket ticket, was among the leaders who addressed residents during Kenya First polling stations.

In what appeared to be a slippery slope, Nyandieki called on attendees to vote for the UN Declaration, struggling to clean up the mess after receiving his news.

“Harambee … My name is Bernard Nyandieki, I will succeed John Bunyasi as Nambale MP. I urge you all to vote for the Resolution,” he said, cheering the crowd.

It should be noted that the Resolution deals with Ruto Kenya First Alliance, which also has ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Wetang’ula.

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