The Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate William Ruto has charged the Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi to deliver 90 per cent of the votes in his backyard in Vihiga county in August election.

Ruto said the initial 75 per cent he asked of Mudavadi and his FORD-Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula from the Western region was too little.

“The 75 per cent Vihiga people want to give us is little. This should be at least pulled up. Ninety per cent is near a better outcome. Give us that," Ruto said.

He was speaking on Sunday at Hamisi Stadium in Vihiga during a political rally where he mounted pressure for Mudavadi to deliver the large block of votes from the region to secure the 30 per cent stake in his administration as per the agreement they signed.

Ruto appealed to VIhiga residents to turn up in large numbers on the election day and vote for him to boost the proposed numbers in his favour and secure their part of the deal.

The DP said he does not want to give the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga any room.

"You can see Raila is already fighting IEBC. We don't want to give him any chance to cause violence by uprooting the railway, going to the Supreme Court or swearing himself in," the DP said.

Ruto said his administration will focus on reviving the country’s economy and lowering the cost of living.

He accused President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila of running the country into an economic pit.