Worry as a Few People Attends ODM party Campaigns In Matungu (Photos)
By SMOKIN-NEWS | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 5 views
Latest political happenings have seen the Orange Democratic Movement party losing its grip in some of its political strongholds across the country. This comes after the party yesterday on Friday, February 12th met only a few people during a campaign rally attended by the party’s candidate for the Matunga by-election together with other officials from the party including The party’s secretary General Hon Edwin Sifuna and Kakamega County governor Hon Wycliffe Oparanya. This raises a lot of questions with many wondering whether the party will be able to recover from the humiliation they suffered in Msambweni by winning the Matunga seat or otherwise.
"Namukuru mosque, Makunda, Namalenje Primary all in Kholera Ward with area MCA mama Godliver and her colleagues from the other wards, Kakamega Deputy Governor Hon. Kutima and Governor Oparanya drumming up support for @TheODMparty Candidate Hon Were.#MbelePamoja#TukoTayari, " Edwin Sifuna Posted on his official Twitter account. Below are some photos of the rather embarrassing rally.
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