As days are approaching the voting date, scheduled for 4th March, Mr Oparanya who is also the Kakamega county governor has assured residents that ODM will beat other candidates hands down in the coming by election.
After today's brief interview Hon. Oparanya wrote, "During 'Live' interview with KTN discussing Matungu by-election. As ODM we are hopeful of winning the seat. I urge the people of Matungu to maintain peace before, during and after election." Said Oparanya.
He also stated that the ODM campaigns were peaceful and they are looking forward in wining the by elections. The competition is stiff as ANC and UDA have intensified their campaigns in the region to rally for their candidates.
One of ODM's supporters who was is certain of the election outcome said, "We (@TheODMparty ) Will lose The seat in Matungu NOT because we're NOT popular BUT because same people who rejected @Davidwere In The last Election are The same people who'll reject Him now. RECYCLING doesn't work because people DON'T [email protected] let's FORGET this seat." Said Collins.
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