Dr Brian Lishenga is an aspiring candidate of Kakamega County vying for the senate seat. His competitor is Dr Boni Khalwale who is also vying for the senate seat. Brian Lishenga is in Azimio la Umoja one coalition which led by Raila Odinga. Wycliffe Oparanya who is the current governor of Kakamega county, is also the chairman of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).
Dr Boni Khalwale is an aspirant candidate of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party. He is vying for the senate seat in Kakamega County. In the recent campaigns he has been doing his campaigns with Cleophas Malalah. Cleophas Malalah is a gubernatorial candidate in Kakamega county.
Today Cleophas Malalah took his campaigns to Matungu constituency. It's about 7 days to go, as the election day is scheduled to happen on 9th August. So all the candidates are doing what we call final touches. Yesterday he campained together with United Democratic Allianceparty leader William Ruto in Kakamega town.
Time is just about to come. 8 days to the election day 9th August. Kakamega County has several gubernatorial candidates. The race seems to be tough between the two rivals that's Cleophas Malalah for Alliance National Congress (ANC) and Fernendes Barasa for Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).
Cleophas Malalah took his campaigns at Makokha Market, Kongoni Ward, Likuyani constituency. Cleophas Wakhungu Malalah is vying Kakamega county seat through the ticket of Alliance National Congress (ANC) which led by Musalia Mudavadi. While in Likuyani constituency selling the manifesto Cleophas Malalah had to persevere the rains and address the residents at Makokha Market, Kongoni Ward.
Cleophas Malalah the gubernatorial candidate of Kakamega County today was campaigning to with UDA as team reloaded. That's is the leader of ANC Musalia Mudavadi was present in Kakamega County. He endorsed Cleophas Malalah as the governor and Dr Boni Khalwale as the senator of Kakamega County.
Photo courtesy of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders during the last pose. The Kakamega County residents in the Western Kenya region celebrate the outcome of the Running mate ahead of the August general elections. Perhaps, the region is well known for its political impetus as the Kenya Kwanza Alliance pushes to triumph over the contest.
Great Gap Between Azimio And Kenya Kwanza As Latest Opinion Poll Results Conducted In Kakamega Shows
As candidates ramp up their campaigns around the nation, election day is rapidly approaching. Although everyone is focused on the presidential election on August 9, county politics in several counties, where the two main coalitions compete against each other for more seats in local administrations, have also drawn attention.
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Cleophas Malalah took his Campaigns in Kakamega to seek support for his gubernatorial bid together with various Kenya Kwanza Coalition leaders. In the gubernatorial race, Malalah will be seeking to succeed Wycliffe Oparanya as governor for Kakamega with a fierce contest from Fernandes Baraza of the ODM and Azimio La Umoja coalition.
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malalah has addressed allegations that his rivals in Raila's Azimio camp have decided to team up against him in the Kakamega gubernatorial battle. According to Malalah, a high staked meeting was convened today in Nairobi by ODM boss Raila Odinga where Savula was asked to back down from gubernatorial race in favor of former KETRACO boss Fernandes Barasa.
Speaking to the media ,the incumbent senator ,Cleophas Malalah ,who is eyeing the Gubernatorial seat in the August elections,noted that everything was set for the big event at the Bukhungu stadium Accompanying him Was Bonny Kalwale ,who is hunting votes for the senatorial seat in Kakamega.
Photo courtesy of Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi. Deputy President William Ruto proceeds to receive a grand boost from Western Kenya as the region's leaders join forces with the Kenya Kwanza Alliance progress. Perhaps, the Western Kenya region constitutes the Deputy President's Kenya Kwanza Alliance and former prime minister Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja Coalition as both aim to build the upcoming administration ahead of the August poll.
Election day is quickly approaching as candidates intensify their campaigns across the country. The county politics in various counties, where the two main coalitions vie against one other for additional seats in local administrations, have attracted interest, even though everyone's attention is on the presidential election on August 9.
Photo courtesy of Deputy President William Ruto with Rachel Ruto in the past pose. It is merely three months to the August general election in Kenya among the top political leaders aiming to defend their ambitions. However, Deputy President William Ruto is among the top presidential candidates aiming to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Photo courtesy of Deputy President William Ruto. Deputy President William Ruto continues to receive a tremendous boost from different parts of the country as he strives to become the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya. However, the Western region has become the most competitive zones featuring the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Azimio la Umoja Coalition.
Hon. Cleophas Malalah, a senator from Kakamega, has come out to explain why the Kenya Kwanza camp, led by Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi, and Moses Wetangula, has not named their chosen running mate as planned. According to the outspoken lawmaker, Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto and his troops were set to name Kenya Kwanza's running mate on Saturday around 10 a.m., then fly to Kakamega county, where Malala was set to announce her running mate as she seeks to succeed Wycliffe Oparanya as the next Kakamega county governor.
Photo courtesy of former prime minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto. Deputy President William Ruto goes on with a firm Kenya Kwanza team in consolidating their agenda ahead of the August general elections. The August contest is dominantly between the two grand coalitions featuring the Azimio la Umoja and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance under former prime minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto respectively.
Kakamega Senator Hon Cleophas Malalah has come out to explain why the Kenya Kwanza team led by the Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi, and Moses Wetangula have delayed naming their preferred running mate as was earlier expected. According to the vocal lawmaker, Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto alongside his troops was to name Kenya Kwanza's running mate on Saturday around 10 am then fly to Kakamega county where Malala was to also announce his running mate as he seeks to succeed Wycliffe Oparanya as the next Kakamega county governor.
[Photo|Courtesy] Kakamega gubernatorial race is one of the hottest in the country. It is seen as a duel between Musalia Mudavadi on one side and Atwoli and Oparanya on the other. Musalia Mudavadi supports his party candidate Cleophas Malalah. The senator has intensified his campaigns to ensure that he proves Musalia Mudavadi as the Kingpin of Mulembe nation.
Political race is becoming more interesting as most candidates engage their maximum muscular strength towards the finishing line which is the August general elections. The presidential race seems to be more involved than any other position. Ruto and Raila are key subjects in the presidential race and both are determined to win.