Wycliffe Oparanya is one of the most famous individuals in the republic of Kenya expecially in the western region. He is the former governor of Kakamega county as well as the ODM deputy party leader. Mr Oparanya was also one of the close allies to hon Raila Odinga who seriously campaigned for him. Now, today, reports have emerged on the seat that Oparanya will be vying for in the coming elections.
As reported by the Nation Africa, hon Oparanya said that he will be vying for presidency come 2027. Oparanya who is among the politicians who suffered due to Raila Odinga's loss said that for now, he is ready to do the opposition role. Apart from that, Oparanya said that he will also be doing his private business and he will make a comeback in 2027.
“I am ready for the opposition role because in life, one has to do business. I am not going to look for a job anywhere. I am back to my businesses because we have been doing business alongside politics,” said Mr Oparanya.
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