Political aspirants are still having their rallies as they sell their political ambitions to potential voters. Many of them have declared their interests in various positions thus seeking for support. As we approach the general elections, Kakamega County governor seat is now a top priority in that area as a number of the businessmen have declared their wishes to succeed Wycliffe Oparanya.
Among these top aspirants from that county we have a popular tycoon who's a billionaire identified as Fernandez Baraza. According to news published by a verified source on Facebook, this Tycoon has vowed to use his wealth and make sure that Cleophas Malala will not win the governor's position.
Nairobi Leo reveals that Baraza has said that he's used to handling large amounts of cash thus he's more capable of handling the county's money compared to Senator Cleophas. Thus he'll use his billions of money to kill Malala's goals to take over Kakamega leadership.
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