Azimio One Kenya coalition party has suffered a setback after their candidate stepped down in favor of Kenya Kwanza Alliance aspirant with only five days remaining to August 9th general elections.
Democratic Action Party, DAP governor aspirant in Busia, Hon. Moses Mulomi has stepped down from the race, ditched Azimio and endorsed Amani National Congress party aspirant Sakwa Bunyasi.
DAP-K is one of the affiliated parties of Azimio and it was expected that he would endorse the ODM governor aspirant Paul Otuoma.
The information has been shared by Mudavadi's ANC in the twitter page citing that they are sure of winning the race.
"Busia DAP_Kenya Governor Candidate Hon. Moses Mulomi has stepped down in favor of Sakwa Bunyasi We are winning this race," - ANC.
According to Malomi, Butula constituency is what determines who wins the governor seat in Bunyasi.
"They have been saying that he doesn't have the numbers but come August 9th we shall see the number of votes Bunyasi gets from Butula. It's Butula that decides the governor," he said.
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