The ongoing by-election in Bonchari Kisii county have seen ODM Party and UDA party come together after strong intimidation from from CS Interior Fred Matiang'i. Kipchumba Murkomen and Dennis Itumbi have already congratulated ODM Party candidate Omieke for taking an early lead.
Dennis Itumbi tweeted and I quote, "Congratulations Oimeke, ODM for winning Bonchari. With FIVE Polling stations to go, I call it for ODM. UDA behind with [email protected] rejected in Kisii. Kifua, Teargas & Intimidation NEVER win elections. By the way, Matiangi, prepare to refund Ruaraka Land Money that you stole!"
Here are the latest update, Excitement is rising high abd Kipchumba Murkomen did not hesitate but congratulated ODM early lead.
"I love the fact that ODM is still on the lead but wah UDA has guts. Congrats to UDA for being that competitive as well amidst all the intimidation from the state."
"Congratulations Pavel Oimeke Of ODM Party Elected MP Bonchari Constituency By-election , this was a win well Deserved for the Giant Party ODM and the Love For Hon Raila Odinga from the Gusii People."
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