Busia county Senatorial hopeful Moses Emoru has hinted of joining ODM in the upcoming general elections which is taking center stage,in a poster seen circulating on social media platforms its being hinted by his close allies that he will be running in an ODM ticket come next year,earlier he had not yet announced his official party but with his poster already speculating his candidature in Raila Odinga's party it will be hotly contested race between him and human rights activist Okiya Omtata who came second in 2017.
Emoru entrance in Busia county has changed dynamics in Busia county owing that he comes from a political divide that supports former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in Busia county,additionally Iteso community will be looking to retain one powerful position in case luhya's leaving in Busia will take the governors position,since early last year Mr Moses has been showing interest in running as lawmaker but he didn't have a preferred party that will he will run with,this new information will bolster his candidature as we edge close to 2022.
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