ODM Set To Reclaim Matungu seat, Here Is The posible Reasons.
By @kenyaNewsUpdates | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 2 views
The orange Democratic movement party flag Bearer Hon. David Were is set to take back the seat. David were has a clear record when it comes to Matungu constituency development.
David were served as the member of Parliament for 15 year before Justus Murunga took over in 2017 general election.
Hon. Were is very keen to see the seat comes back to him, the former member of Parliament is conducting door to door campaigns to lure and sell his manifesto to the voters to vote for him come march 4.
Were has a high hand in taking the seat since the county governor of Kakamega is the deputy party leader who wants to rattle Raila Odinga for ODM presidential nomination.
David were during his term ensured that the schools in his constituency have buses and through him schools like koyonzo were able to get the bus. The former member of Parliament David were valued education so much that is the reason why he is going to reclaim his seat back.
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