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ODM's Candidate Oimeke Wins Bonchari By-Elections With More Than 30% Of Total Votes Cast

The Independent Electoral Board of Kenya (IEBC) have this morning declared Pavel Roberb Oimeke as the winner of Bonchari By-Elections which were conducted yesterday.

Oimeke, garnered a total of 8,049 votes to clinch the seat which had been vacant following the death of Oyoka. This was more than 30 percent of the total votes casted, as more than 50 percent of the total number of registered voters, came out to vote.

Zebedeo Opore of Jubilee party came second with a total number of 7, 279 votes which translated to 27% of the total votes cast. Miss Bitutu the widow of the former Member of Parliament and UDA candidate came third with a total of 6964 votes, making 26% of the total votes cast.

In all the 103 polling stations, there were only 446 rejected votes.

Mr Oimeke accompanied by ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna and Kisii Governor James Ongwae, said he was thankful to his leaders and mentors who have stood by him through out the campaign period and clinched victory at the end.

The win is a symbol that ODM party is still very strong in Kisii as Governor Ongwae said in his congratulatory speech to Me Oimeke.

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Edwin Sifuna IEBC Independent Electoral Board of Kenya ODM Oimeke


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