The supremacy battles in Kakamega's county gubernatorial bid continues to heat up less than 50 days in to the August polls, with the key competitors from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance and Kenya Kwanza Camp wooing the residents in to their sides.
Ayub Savula who is the Azimio candidate Fernandes Baraza's running mate, on Saturday while campaigning for their gubernatorial bid in Matugu Constituency, alleged that their opponent Senator Cleophas Malala of the Amani National Congress, has been misusing the youths to disrupt rallies of the Azimio camp.
According to Savula, the lives and future of the Matugu Constituency youths and residents at large will be safe in his hands and Baraza's.
"When we will win with Baraza, we will take the youths Malala is misusing the KMTC so that they get the relevant education. After that we will employ them in our county government. You Malala, stop giving the youths Sh 100 to cause chaos," he said amid cheers from his supporters.
He went on to campaign for Raila Odinga's presidential bid, saying that the ODM party leader and Azimio's camp is confident that Raila will be winning in the August elections.
He warned those not in Azimio that they risk being in opposition after the polls.
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