With limited time remaining to enter into another general elections, presidential hopefuls are recieving back up from political leaders from different counties. For instance the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga, has so far received back up from more than 17 Governors. Among them are; Mombasa county Governor Hassan Joho and Kakamega county Governor Wycliffe Oparanya. The two have shielded their presidential ambitions to support Raila Odinga.
Although people expected Wycliffe Operanya to support Musalia Mudavadi since both come from same region, Wycliffe Operanya has today, told K24 why he is not supporting Musalia Mudavadi. While speaking on K24, Oparanya said that they do not want to be in opposition party but to be part of the government come 2022. Oparanya said that Musalia has no chance to win the presidency.
In addition to this, Wycliffe Operanya has alleges that Raila Odinga winning election will be easier if the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Msyoka supports him. Oparanya said that winning of the election will be easier if OKA comes together with ODM.
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