Ruto's Ally, Oscar Sudi Received in Style by Huge Crowd of Kakamega Residents in Campaign Trail
By Dekuts | self meida writer
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The Deputy President's key ally, Hon. Oscar Sudi was received in style by huge crowd of Kakamega residents. The Kapseret Member of Parliament was in the company of former Kakamega senator, Dr. Boni Khalwale as they were campaigning for UDA Party candidate, Alex Yala.
Hon. Oscar Sudi is a vocal Member of Parliament who has been supporting DP Ruto's 2022 presidential ambitions. The residents of Ebutaliko village in Koyonzo Ward, Matungu Constituency carried him shoulder high.
@KBonimtetezi @HonOscarSudi got a taste of our version of heroes' reception when we were carried shoulder high on arrival at our rally in Ebutaliko village in Koyonzo ward Matungu https://t.co/zDnQYPRIWB
UDA Party led by Dr. Bony Khalwale has been campaigning tirelessly for their candidate as they seem to capture the seat from Musalia Mudavadi's party. The seat was declared vacant after the incumbent, Hon. Justus Murunga passed away due to the deadly Covid-19 virus.
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