Deputy president William Ruto's linked UDA candidate Hon Mama Teresa Bitutu might win the upcoming Bonchari by-election with a landslide battling out the ODM Candidate Hon Pavel Oimeke, Jubilee candidate Hon Zebedeo Opore among other aspirarants who joined the race.
Firstly, the late Bonchari MP Oroo Oyioka who died two months ago at Aga Khan Hospital in Kisumu was elected under the People's Democratic Party (PDP) in 2017. The PDP resolved not to field a candidate in the by-election and throw their weight behind the UDA party candidate Hon Mama Teresa Bitutu.
Getting an ultimate support from PDP is an added bonga point to her journey of replacing the late MP Hon Oroo Oyioka.
Secondly, the UDA candidate Hon Mama Teresa Bitutu is the widow to the late MP Hon Oroo Oyioka and this might calibrate to sympathy votes from the electorates where they can award her the seat in order to accomplish her husband's started projects in Bonchari.
Hon Mama Teresa Bitutu has been doing door-to-door campaigns in Bonchari wards and this might have a political advantage to her journey to the National Assembly since many electorates feels like the aspirant fits in their shoe.
While launching today's campaigns in Bogiakumu ward in Bonchari constituency, Hon Mama Teresa Bitutu brought businesses to a standstill as she mobilized electorates to vote for her in upcoming Bonchari by-election which is slated on 18th May 2021.
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