As politicians from the different political camps continue to traverse Matungu Constituency ahead of the by-election, Jubilee party nominated Senator, Millicent Omanga has been the talk of the day after her photo addressing the Khalamba residents standing on a table.
The photo was posted on Facebook by senator Omanga herself on her official Facebook wall, where she was drumming political support for Alex Lanya, who is seeking to be elected as the member of Parliament through the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party ticket.
"In Khalaba, Matungu Constituency for a women meeting to champion the Agenda for our Hustler Nation Candidate, Alex Lanya," Senator Millicent Omanga posted on Facebook.
The UDA party has camped in the coast region in Matungu Constituency with an aim of winning the seat. This is after the party seemed to win big after Feisal Bader won the Msambweni Constituency seat against ODM candidate Omar Boga.
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