The DP allies led by the former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale today held a series of rallies in Matungu to beat trumpets for their UDA candidate Mr. Lanya. Accompanied by the Kapseret member of parliament Hon. Oscar Sudi the two were carried by people on their shoulders as they greeted the crowd which gathered around them.
This is not new in our politics with politicans when they in public places as they like doing things which makes them get recognised. This has called a debate in different social media platforms where people have expressed their mixed reactions on how comes these people walked with such heavy weights on their shoulders.
This comes when the contest between the top candidates between the ODM, ANC and UDA are seemingly going to have a close contest between them. This also comes just few days after another team lead by the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi with other leaders with the same interests drummed support for the ANC candidate.
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