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Oparanya To Ruto: Thanks For Offloading The Burden Of The Luhyia Community For Many Years.

The western politics is shifting rapidly from Musalia Mudavadi since his suicidal move he made on 23rd January this year of working with the deputy president. The declaration was not taken lightly and it has affected Musalia Mudavadi extremely as his party ANC was hit heavily.

Most ANC members of parliament have defected to Azimio la Umoja where they have promised to support the ODM presidential candidate Hon. Raila Odinga. Yesterday Hon. Musalia Mudavadi's party received a heavy blow after Lurambi Mp Hon. Titus Khamala , Aseka Christopher mp Kwisero sub county, Tindi Mwale mp Butere and Matungu member of parliament Hon. Oscar Peter Nabulindo agreed to drop the support of Musalia Mudavadi and now they are going to support Azimio La Umoja.

Today the Kakamega governor Hon. Wycliffe Oparanya led the mps who defected from ANC to Azimio La Umoja in popularising the Azimio in Kakamega. The had rallies in mumias where they thanked the deputy for helping in release of the luhyia problems which the governor was referring to the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi as the burden that luhyias have been having for many years.

The leaders used the rally to condemn the brutal murder of Isaac Juma sports fan from Mumias . The leaders also talked to Farmers who were demonstrating over the reassumption of the giant sugar factory Mumias that since the unavailing of the investor he is yet to open the company as a result of court orders where the governor termed those who are battling the company as selfish people. The governor promised to join forces that will ensure the that the factory come back to life.

The following are photos of thousands of supporters who came out to see and listen to the pro handshake and now Azimio la Umoja leaders who decamped from ANC to Azimio La Umoja in Mumias town.

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ANC Musalia Mudavadi Oscar Peter Nabulindo Raila Odinga Tindi Mwale


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