Nyanza region is believed to support Raila Odinga over 50% in the coming election. The region is the stronghold of ODM hence backs Raila Odinga in the coming general election. But the tune is like changing with a top politician from the region backing Ruto to win the coming presidential seat ahead of Raila Odinga.
Nyamira governor Okoth Obado has send shivers in Azimio La Umoja One Kenya party by stating that the unbelievable will happen in Nyanza region. The governor believes that it is no longer Odingas and insists that they are working to change it. The governor has stated clearly his support for Deputy President William Ruto in the forthcoming general election. He has stated this through his twitter account.
William Ruto has minimal support in the region and therefore Okoth Obado supporting him is a big win for the deputy president in his journey to the state house. The race is tough for both Odinga and Ruto which makes it unpredictable on who will win the race. Do you think Okoth Obado supporting Hustler Nation will enable Ruto to win some good number of votes in the Nyanza region?
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