According to him he is on a mission to deliver Western Kenya votes to Azimio presidential candidate Rt Hon Raila Odinga in this year's presidential election.
"Azimio Mashinani three days campaigns in Busia county started today with our first rally at Budalangi Sub County headquarters.
I am leading an Azimio team comprising of MPs, candidates led by Busia ODM gubernatorial candidate Hon Dr. Paul Otuoma among others to seek votes for presidential candidate Rt Hon Raila Odinga and H.E Martha Karua.
We will traverse the county interacting with our supporters in the county that has stood with Baba for many years.
Asanteni sana Avanyala for coming in large numbers to confirm your support for RARUA ticket". Governor Oparanya wrote.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if Raila Odinga will beat deputy president William Ruto in the August 9 presidential election or not.
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