Kakamega County governor Wickliffe Oparanya says that he has now listened to his people who are the Luhya community. This happens as he accompanied Raila Odinga in Kuria trying to popularize ODM party and selling his Azimio La Umoja manifestos.
In a video posted by a writer in his you tube channel. Oparanya claims that he made a decision on supporting Raila Odinga after he listened to his people. Because during the Bhukungu Mega Rally Luhya people decided to support and vote for Raila Odinga . Oparanya urged Kuria community to join Luhya community and support ODM. Because Raila has good agendas and visions benefiting Kenyans.
"mimi nimesikiza Watu wangu. Kama Waluhya wanasema ni Raila mimi Nina nikatae. 31st huko Bukhungu Waluhya waliamua wanataka baba. Wengine wakijitokeza already tumeamua. Kwa hivyo wakuria msiende mbali tumbee pamoja. Mimi nimekuwa na Raila Odinga kwa miaka mingi na ninajua ile mzuri wanaweza fanya na ndio kwa sababu mimi na watu wangu tumekwamilia hapo", says Oparanya.
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