In a report via the Standard, it has been established that the Ministry of Interior Dr. Fred Matiangi is among the political heavyweights eyeing victory in the just commenced Bonchari by-elections with more than 4 parties already filing their candidates.
The Bonchari by-elections pit Deputy President William Ruto, ODM party leader Raila Odinga and Cs Dr. Fred Matiang’i with each one of them desires to make a political statement remaining a few months to the General Elections.
Among the popular parties having tabled a candidate each are the Jubilee Party, Orange Democratic Movement Party, The United Democratic Alliance Party, and the Maendeleo Chap Chap which is led by Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua.
For the UDA Party, they are rallying their support behind Late MP John Oroo's widow Teresa Bitutu with the ODM party supporting Pavel Robert Oimeke and for the Jubilee party overlooking Zebedeo John Opore.
It has been established that Dr. Fred Matiangi and who is the Gusii region kingpin has rallied his support behind Zebedeo John Opore and who is the Jubilee Party candidate with high hopes that he will win a big boost to his support in the area.
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