As we are geared towards the electioneering period, many prospective individuals are busy taking their campaigns to various parts of the country, seeking for political mandate from their most loyal supporters.
Nonetheless, the supremacy battle between the national ODM chairman John Mbadi, County women representative who is also the Homabay county chairperson Gladys Wanga and the former Nairobi governor Evans Kidero continues to creat a rift and high tension within the ODM camp.
This was incarcerated by the Homabay senator hon Moses Kajwang, who bestowed his support to Gladys Wanga, and warned other political opponents to stop their constant attack against female candidates, the senator added that female gender should be given equal opportunity in the elective posts in the country.
"I want to tell male aspirants to stop intimidating female candidates and to let voters decide who will be their next governor..."
Moses procrastinated this while at Waondo SDA church, in a fund drive geared towards completion of the church.
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