United Democratic Alliance (UDA) is seeking to infiltrate Azimio la Umoja dominance in Nyanza region ahead to the August General.
This is as the political outfit led by Deputy President William Ruto has fielded political heavyweights from the region to battle with Azimio candidates.
One of them is Hon. Ezekiel Machogu is eyeing to be the next governor of Kisii IN Nyanza region.
During the rally, Machogu managed to pull massive crowds given the fact that the region has been perceived to be a ODM stronghold.
Mr Machogu emerged among the top five legislators in effective use of the national government constituency development fund, will face off with 3 Azimio candidates.
"The historical Otamba grounds in Kisii Central ward, Nyaribari Chache constituency has once again spoken. I don't take this forgranted. I remain grateful and indebted. Nyaribari is decided, we are ready, we are determined, we are united.
Thanks for the love.... " Machogu's post reads.
Machogu's reception in the Nyanza county has elicited mixed reactions on social media among Kenyans.
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