Gladys Wanga who is viewing the post of governor for Homa Bay county storm into backyard of Honourable Oyugi Magwanga, Rachuonyo sub county where she was welcomed with large crowd of people who were mainly women.
She was lead by group of women who were chanting her name and dancing uncontrollable as she was heading to the pondium where she was supposed to address the huge crowd. Honourable Gladys Wanga has entirely United women within the Homa Bay county in order to support her for the post of governor.
Most of her campaign teams are led by women and this as clearly brought headache to her opponents since she has taken women who are the source of popular votes within the county. The Women have decided that they are able to unit and vote for her for the governship post.
While addressing the crowd in Rachuonyo sub county she promised to rescue her fellow women from water problem and also to ensure that the entire location has received electric supply and also to improve health facilities which will improve maternity facilities.
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