"Utavunja Meza Ya Wenyewe!" See How Millicent Omanga Was Treated At Kabuchai Village
By Uhunyee | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Kenya is currently going through a moment of political peak where political matters has always been the diet of the day. This happens as political matters arise on each and every new day. We are currently having campaigns going viral all over across the nation.
We are having the major contestants rocking each and every corner of the nation to cleans their ways and create a good rapport with the citizens.
Earlier on today, Senator Millicent Omanga conducted a visit to Chekulo village in Kabuchai constituency. This has been one of the strategic moves to promote the recently developed United Democratic Alliance party.
DP has recently been spotted having embarked on serious campaigns all over across the nation. This has been happening through the support of his closest allies.
Omanga has been of great assistance to promote his destiny. Speaking today on Twitter, Millicent Omanga quoted this.
"Massive support for our UDA candidate Evans Kaikai in Chekulo village, Kabuchai constituency."
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