James Orengo is one of the most known political leaders in the country. He has been in politics for very many years doing great things and for that reason, he is liked and loved by many people around the nation.
In the past few general elections, James Orengo has been on the forefront in Raila Odinga's campaigns but as the country heads to the August 2022 general election, the Siaya County senator has been operating behind the scenes as he seeks to take over the Siaya gubernatorial seat.
While that is the case, James Orengo has been enduring sleepless nights because of the competition his rivals have been putting up but today, he was given a big boost after he woke up to the latest move from Charles Owino.
The former police spokesperson had decided to deputize Gumbo in the Siaya gubernatorial race, something that made Gumbo powerful and a threat to James Orengo but according to reports, Owino has stepped down and decided to go back to the police department. That leaves former law maker Gumbo in a turmoil while Orengo in a better position to win the gubernatorial race early enough.
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