The former Lugari MP Cyrus Jirongo on Monday accompanied Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka to Makueni County alongside the other OKA principals in bid to woo the residents of Nguu Masimba Ward to support the Wiper's aspirant Eshio Mwaiwa in the forthcoming October 14th by elections.
Addressing thousand of residents, Jirongo expressed confidence that the next government will be formed by the OKA alliance which is made up Kalonzo, Musalia Mudavadi, Gideon Moi and Moses Wetangula.
He further urged the residents to support the Wiper's candidate, adding that if they have confidence in the alliance, they will turn up in large numbers to get register as voters.
"If you trust the OKA leaders who are determined to unite the country, fight corruption and tribalism, then get your votes. We will know if you want OKA in the next government through this by-election," he said.
His remarks comes a day after he announced while accompanying Kalonzo to a church function in Ruai that he was banking on the Wiper boss to secure the alliance's ticket.
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