Top 3 Political Bigwigs Seeking To Replace Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya In 2022.
The race to replace the outgoing Kakamega county Governor Wycliffe Oparanya are currently active and there are several political bigwigs from the county who are lining up to battle out for the top seat.
Those who have shown interest in the race includes the Kakamega County deputy Governor Philip Kutima who will be eyeing to replace his Boss Wycliffe Oparanya.
The Kakamega Senator Senator Cleophas Malala has also already declared his interest to run for the top seat. Malala has been leveled by many as the most potential candidate for the seat come 2022 and the race is expected to be much difficult and challengingly.
The former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale also had already made his intentions clear of vieing for the top county seat after unsuccessfully vieing against Oparanya in 2017.
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