As 2022 elections near, each and every presidential candidate is trying his or her best to woo voters from every region in Kenya. Today, HE the deputy president of Kenya Hon William Ruto was in Isiolo county and his main competitor ODM leader Raila Odinga was in Naivasha. A member of parliament from the Gusii nation, today endorsed Mr Odinga for the presidential seat.
The Kituti Chache South legislator Hon Richard Onyonka said that Gusii region will all rally behind the former prime minister Raila Odinga. He dismissed claims from the Tangatanga proponents that Gusii nation is Hustler nation.
He further added that Raila Odinga deserves the presidency having been rigged three times by his opponents.He also urged the Kisii region to vote for him as the senator and Hon Silvanus Osoro as the governor in 2022.
He dismissed claims that the Kisii region will vote for DP Ruto since he has been making inroads into the region and even making new friends from the region. Do you think Kisii region will vote in large for Ruto or Raila? Share your views
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