DAP-K and ODM party have urged the residents of Bungoma to vote for the Azimio candidate in tomorrow's Senatorial by election. Former cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa and former governor Wycliffe Oparanya warned that the Kenya Kwanza administration if governor Kenneth Lusaka must be kept in check.
In Kakamega, we have Azimio Governor Fernandes Baraza (ODM) being checked by Kenya Kwanza senator Boni Kwalwale (UDA) the same case is replicated in Trans Nzoia George Natembeya (DAP-K) being examined by (UDA).
Eugene Wamalwa told the residents if they want things to work smoothly they should elect Wafula Wamunyinyi on 8th December as their senator.
"The DAP-K patron warned that the Kenya Kwanza government had shown signs of mismanaging the nation" He said the Alliance was only good at giving big promises to win votes. They promised you sh 50, 000 in hustler fund but are giving you sh 500.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming hours if DAP-K Senatorial Candidate Wafula Wamunyinyi will win Bungoma Senatorial race or not.
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