Matungu Decides! Warembo na Alex Lanya, Khalalwe Shares
By Realmuosho | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 10 views
The Matungu by-election campaigns are getting stiffer as the days go by. The two horses taking down the streets of Matungu are from two powerful political parties. For the ANC their candidate Peter Nabulindo has been campaigning in the region vigorously to the point of wearing school uniforms.
For the newly formed political party UDA, there strategy to make the region a DP Ruto zone is getting closer day by day. With their outstanding performance in the Msambweni parliamentary by-election, the region seems to be taking their pill quite well. Their candidate Alex Lanya has been campaigning with the help of former Kakamega senator Bonny Khalalwe and all seems to be going on well.
Today the former senator posted a picture of Alex Lanya in the company of beautiful ladies. The ladies are seen donning the UDA shirts with Alex Lanya prints on them. He captioned the photo; Matungu decides: Warembo na Alex Lanya.
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