Siaya senate Candidate and Raila's elder brother has been urged to quit the senate race. A section of voters in Siaya County are clear Oburu Odinga is just too old to be on the ballot yet his brother is also seeking the presidency.
A section of voters are clear Raila Odinga needs to to ask his brother to quit the senate race and allow the young leaders into leadership. Most of the young people are supporting Yego Wamban given the fact that he is young and he is not too old. Oburu is 80 years old but he has been pushing hard to be elected senator in Siaya County.
The race in Siaya County has turned into an age contest with a section of leaders and voters urging him to quit. Most of the voters in Siaya County are clear Oburu Odinga is too old to be allowed to be in the senate for he cannot help Siaya residents with debate or anything.
Raila Odinga has already supported Oburu Odinga statehouse bid ambitions though it's evident most of the people are for Yego Wamban even going by the latest opinion polls. As always, let's wait and see of what unfolds going into the elections which is barely one month away.
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