Jitters As Low Turnout is Witnessed In UDA's Latest Campaign Meeting In Matungu (Photo)
By SMOKIN-NEWS | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views
Former Kakamega senator Dr Boni Khalwale has early today been mocked by angry Netizens after addressing almost an empty hall while campaigning for UDA candidates Paul posho and Alex lanya fir the upcoming by-election next month. Mr Khalwale together with other local politicians allied to the United Democratic Alliance Party found themselves in a rather embarrassing situation after only a handful of people wearing UDA t-shirts attended the campaign rally.
Netizens have blasted the vocal Politician for not being able to rally behind voters for their preferred candidates. Some have even confirmed to him that Matunga is ANC and ODM party zone. Below are some of their mixed reactions on the same.
Unlike UDA party, ODM party and ANC party have been attracting huge number of crowd while campaigning for their candidates. Latest opinion poll indicates that ANC party candidate is likely to win the election followed by the ODM party candidate.
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