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Khalwale Reacts On Savula's Switch From ANC To DAP K Yesterday.

Kakamega county gubernatorial seat is taking shape each and everyday. The seat has attracted big names in the county that are set to succeed the outgoing governor Hon. Wycliffe Oparanya who has served the county for two terms.

The seat for Kakamega gubernatorial will be one the competitive seat since more than five leaders that will face each on 9th August this year during elections. The aspirants includes the current deputy governor Phillip Kutima, former Kakamega senator Bonny Khalwale, Ayubu Saavula, Current senator senator Hon. Cleophas Malala, Fernandes Barasa among others who are yet to declare their interest in the seat.

Yesterday the Lugari member of parliament Ayub Savula decamped officially to Democratic Action Party Kenya (DAP k ) from ANC after 31st December 2021 declaration at Bukhungu stadium to support Raila Odinga presidential bid.

However, the switch was not welcomed by Western leaders. The DAP K is among the party that endorsed the former Prime Minister Hon. Raila Odinga . The recent to make his reactions is the gubernatorial aspirant Dr. Bonny Khalwale who likened the member of parliament as minced meat.

However the followers of Dr. Bonny Khalwale didn't take it lightly and urged the former senator to keep of from Savula's politics since he too was in ODM, then Ford Kenya and now he is in UDA and Savula has never reacted on that.

The following were the reactions of Dr. Bonny Khalwale followers on his Facebook account screenshots.

Kakamega gubernatorial seat will be a battle between big Kenyan parties, we are going to see ODM posting either Kutima Phillip or Fernandes Barasa, ANC with Cleophas Makala, DAP K now with Ayub Savula and UDA party with Bonny Khalwale. What is your take, who do you think will carry the day on August 9th this year ?

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