Kakamega County Politicians Likely To Succeed Governor Wycliffe Oparanya In 2022.
Saturday, 1st May 2021, Nairobi Kenya.
The Kakamega County Gubernatorial race succesion politics is another much crowded one as Governor Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya is serving his last term in office and there were several leaders lining up to succeed him.
The top Kakamega county politician's who have declared their interest's to run for the seat in 2022 includes the deputy governor Philip Kutima who has a very powerful base and he he will be seeking to replace his Boss.
The Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala had also made his declaration for the seat and he will be battling for it next year.
The former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale had also declared his interest for the top county seat and this will be the second time he will be going for it after losing in 2017 to Oparanya.
The others Aspirants who had made their declaration's for for the top seat includes the
Kenya Electricity Transmission Company (Ketraco) CEO Fernandes Barasa, Kakamega County Assembly Clerk Laban Atemba and Ayub Savula who is the MP for Ligari.
A lawyer by the name Osundwa and former Gubernatorial seat aspirant in 2017 will also be going for the seat.
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