With less than 35 days to thr polls, political realignments continues to take shape with political players putting their houses in order ahead of the polls. This was the cas in Kisii during a mega rally organised by Simba Arati the Azimio la Umoja gubernatorial aspirant for the Kisii seat.
In a post on social media a few minutes ago, Simba Arati has welcomed his opponents deputy to his party after he shifter his support and joined that of Simba Arati. This a major boost in his political assignment as he seeks to take over the leadership of the county starting August.
Ina packed rally in Kisii, Simba Arati revealed that Ndemo Alfred who was the assistant to Nyamwey had left his position and joined the teamed by Arati in the coming elections. This now opens up the battle between him and Machogu.
Here are the images from the rally in Kisii;
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