Kenyans elect their leaders after every 5 years, there are 6 elective posts people vie namely; Presidential seat, gubernatorial seat, Senatorial seat, Women representative, Members of national assembly and Members of county assembly.
Since devolution came in 2013, most people have appraised for the benefits of it as the national government decentralized some roles to county government so that people can access some services very quickly. Kisumu being the third capital city of Kenya, a lot of developments have to be done as some major national functions are held there, recently being the celebration of the Mashujaa day.
The people of Kisumu voted for Jack Ranguma as their first governor in 2013 general election, he served the people of Kisumu for one term and was beaten up by the current governor Anyang' Nyongo' as their second governor in 2017 election. As people aspire to vie for different posts in the general elections, the gubernatorial seat for Kisumu county will be hot if the following people will be on the race: Fred Outa, Olago Aluoch and Jack Ranguma.
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