UDA Hapa Hawatoshi! ODM Camps In Matungu As They Seek To Retain The Parliamentary Seat
By Realmuosho | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 16 views
ODM party have now embarked on a journey to secure the Matungu seat left behind by deceased MP. Sharing the news was ODMs secretary general Edwin Sifuna who was in the company of ODM chairman and Kakamega county governor Wycliffe Oparanya.
The party is set to battle it out with the newly formed political party UDA and the ANC party led by Musalia Mudavadi. Securing the seat in the region for ODM would mean that Raila Odinga still has his stamina in national politics intact.
Sifuna wrote; In Marinda, Matungu Constituency drumming up support for our candidate David Were. @TheODMparty team led by DPL @GovWOparanya is leaving nothing to chance as we seek to secure the seat. #MbelePamoja.
The by-election is set to bring these political heavyweights to the ground as UDA party seemingly taking the lead. But with this approach by ODM then chances are that the other two horses will have to run for the seat with everything they got.
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