Bonchari Residents are celebrating in a style after their candidate won in a by-election as their Member of Parliament to serve in the eighteen remaining months for the next General elections. Elected member of Parliament Pavel Oimeke has surprised many after winning against Tangatanga rivals of UDA party.
Pavel Oimeke is celebrated for his landslide Victory in a concluded by-election that took place yesterday. The residents come out in large number to have a celebration after being declared the winner by the IEBC returning officer for Bonchari Constituency.
The ODM supporters feel so joyous following the victory of their aspirant Pavel Oimeke
The newly elected Member of Parliament is now taking oath of office as the second in a term of five years following the death of the former MP. He will then appear in the Parliament for Sworn in as the current Member of Parliament for Bonchari Constituency.
The constituents are now optimistic in their choice they made to elect the legislator to represent them as their short term Member of Parliament as the Genera Election is coming closer.
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