Kakamega Governor H.E. Wycliffe Oparanya has hinted through his official twitter page minutes after ending a meeting he held with a section of Bungoma Leaders ahead of this year's presidential elections.
According to Oparanya the meeting between himself and a section of leaders from Bungoma County was about how to Popularize Azimio La Umoja movement and how to make Raila Odinga win this year's elections.
"I held a consultative meeting with The ODM party delegation from Bungoma County to discuss how to popularize Azimio la Umoja Movement and the presidential bid of our leader Rt Hon Raila Odinga.
"Western is united behind Azimio la Umoja and a Raila Odinga Presidency". Governor Wycliffe Oparanya wrote.
Do you think that Azimio La Umoja win deliver victory to Azimio La Umoja in this year's presidential elections? It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if Raila Odinga will win Bungoma County or not.
You can follow his official twitter page and read more for yourself;
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