Kakamega Governor Hon Wycliffe Oparanya has warned Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula that their move to proceed without a good coalition won't materialise and that they end up losing terribly. Speaking today Oparanya said that he doesn't want to be in opposition comes 2022 and asked the two to make a wide decision.Oparanya has been an ardent supporter of Odm Party leader Raila Odinga and feels that its Odinga that will succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta comes 2022 and want all the mulembe nation to rally behind him. On other hand other leaders within the area seems to take a different route with Musalia and Wetangula forming Oka and intend to use it in the upcoming general election while Bony Khalwale is drumming support to DP William Ruto.
On other hand Oparanya feels that Kakamega people won't follow the losing side and tell the point blank that they are engaging in a losing battle. However, it's too early to make a conclusion as things are expected to change as times goes by
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