As we are only left with less than forty days to the longly awaited general elections, many political leaders are working towards securing their seats.
Today, on the 29th of June the Azimio la Umoja aspirants from Kisii county were led by Kisii county Governor honorable James Ongwae, Chris Obure of Jubilee, Manson Oyongo of Kenya National Congress, and ODM chairman John Mbadi has held a joint press briefing about the expected tours of; Martha Karua who is the current running mate of the Azimio la Umoja party and Ida Odinga in the county tomorrow.
In their joint meeting, an issue was raised by the KNC party leader who is aspiring to be Kisi governor in the upcoming general elections, Manson Oyohas who began blaming the cabinet secretary for the interior Dr. Fred Matiang'i for choosing between supporting Simba Arati of the Orange Democratic Movement who he says is violent.
Manson added that Matiang'i is bringing a lot of confusion in Kisii county by influencing the residents to concentrate on Nyamira county. What do you think about Manson's remarks?
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