A former Luo Nyanza Governor is said to be very bitter with his successor after locking him out of an official launch of a project he himself initiated and completed during his reign.
Photo Collage of all Current Luo Nyanza Governor. Photo Courtesy.
The former governor is said to have demanded to be invited to the event and the credit fully given to him, however the successor went ahead to launch the project and took all the credit wothout even mentioning him.
The new county boss is said to have turned against the former governor, this led to his exclusion from the major event.
Despite all these, the former governor is said to have actively campaigned for his successor who ended up winning the seat.
The ex county chief has not been named, however, Luo Nyanza has got only four counties of Homabay, Migori, Kisumu, and Siaya. For Kisumu Nyong'o just won his second term, Former governor Obado never campaigned for his successor Ochilo. We can therefore guess betwen Wanga and Orengo. What arw your thoughts?.
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