2022 is fast approaching and many aspirants are gearing to take over from the incumbents.One county that is set to witness a lot of politics is Homabay county where Awiti has been the governor and has completed his non renewable term.
Among those who have shown intentions to vie for the gubernatorial race include former Nairobi man Evans Kidero, Oyugi Magwanga while others have been rumored such as Gladys Wanga and even Suba North mp John Mbadi.
There have been proponents of a Wanga and Kidero pairing for the gubernatorial race.Well that looks like a great formation on paper, but is it formidable on the ground?
In my opinion, I guess no! Kidero is a great personality with experience having managed Nairobi county and probably a front runner for the race as well as Gladys Wanga who is loved within the county.
If the two stand together then they can easily win but what complicates their partnership is that they all come from the same Subcounty, that is Rangwe.
It therefore means they can't easily get votes easily from other parts of the county.One needs a person from other regions within the county such as Suba to win.
That's why I feel it's a "dead" deal on arrival.What are your thoughts on this?
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