Outgoing Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong who was eyeing to capture the Teso South parliamentary race has already drafted his concession speech even before the final tallying of constituency votes after provisional results saw him trail at number three with a very wide range. In the ongoing tallying exercise being conducted at Amukura district headquarters, incumbent member of parliament Geoffrey Omuse who is defending his seat on an independent ticket and former MP Mary Emaase of UDA are the leading candidates and one of them stands a chance of carrying the day by end of business.
DP Ruto shaking hands with former Teso South MP Mary Emaase With only a week to go before the highly anticipated August elections becomes a reality, outgoing Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong who is battling other candidates to capture the Teso South parliamentary seat has shocked locals after he toned down his onslaught on UDA candidate Mary Emaase, saying that voters can pick her as an alternative if really they don't want him.
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On Wednesday, August 10, outgoing Orange Democratic Movement Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong admitted defeat in his bid to become Teso South Member of Parliament. Ojaamong got elected governor in 2013. In his statement, He thanked the locals, family, friends, and campaigners for their support during the campaigns in a statement.
Former Teso South MP Mary Emase who has recaptured the seat on Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party ( Photo Courtesy) After spending the last five years in the cold, former Teso South MP Mary Emase is back with a bang after recapturing the seat on Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party ticket.
Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong who is gunning for the Teso South MP seat ( Photo Courtesy) His decision to contest for the Teso South MP seat has been criticized by his rivals, who accuse him of being power hungry. But this does not bother Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong.
In an apparent move to keep his political career alive, Ojaamong who is serving his second and last constitutional term limit said he is too young to retire. While announcing his ambition, the county boss in a Facebook post on Monday, February 21, said he was still traversing and making consultations with the people of Teso South.
Deputy President William Ruto with former cabinet minister Dr Paul Otuoma (Photo Courtesy) Unless the unexpected happens, former Funyula MP Paul Otuoma is an a pole position to succeed Sospeter Ojaamong as Busia Governor after the August 9 general election. A political monster in Busia county politics, Dr Otuoma's political party has had its fair share of controversy and risk-taking.
Eugene Wamalwa flanked by Azimio la Umoja leaders from Busia county The sour relationship between outgoing Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong and former Funyula MP Dr. Paul Nyongesa Otuoma that dates back to 2017 when the two faced off in a highly competitive ODM gubernatorial nominations, where Ojaamong was declared winner under controversial circumstances has finally come to an end.
Hon Sospeter Odeke Ojaamong, who is the current governor for Busia county, and also a close ally to Hon Raila Odinga ignited a hot debate online when he posted the following immediately after attending a Mega Rally for Azimio coalition in western region. (Courtesy photo) According to his recent post, he posted that on Friday, he joined their fifth President H.E Raila Odinga on his Western tour of Trans-Nzoia and Bungoma counties.
Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong, who is gunning for Teso South MP seat ( Photo Courtesy) Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong, appears to be having a rough ride in his quest for the Teso South MP seat come the August 9 general election, with ground seemingly resisting his bid.
Busia county governor Sospeter Ojaamong has concealed defeat in Teso South where he was seeking to be elected as the member of parliament. He thanked all the people that had stood with him and congratulated all those that had emerged victorious in various posts. Sospeter in a long statement on Facebook said that his principals will endure the pain of losing for days to come but their is nothing they can do.
Kenyans went to the polls yesterday to vote for the next government, which will run for five years. The results from different areas have started coming in after yesterday's election, in which only a small number of people showed up to vote. Sospeter Ojaamong, who is leaving his job as governor of Busia Hon, has admitted defeat in the Teso South constituency.
Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong has finally conceded defeat in his bid to become the Teso South member of parliament ahead of the official release of the final results in the country by the Independent Electorial and Boundaries Commission in the country. According to the post seen by different media houses in the country including, citizen television, the governor has conceded defeat after trailing Independent candiddate Geoffrey Omuse in the ongoing poll tallying in the country.
Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong who is gunning for the Teso South MP seat ( Photo Courtesy) Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong becomes the first county chief to be cleared to by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to vie for MP seat come the August 9 general election. Accompanied by his supporters, Ojaamong walked to IEBC office on Monday to get a nod to contest the Teso South MP seat on an ODM party ticket.
Busia Governor Sospeter Ojamoong Cleared By IEBC To Run For Teso South Parliamentary Seat. The governor of Busia county Honourable Sospeter Odeke Ojamoong has been cleared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to run for the Teso South constituency Parliamentary seat. Ojamoong is one of the second term governor's who will be retiring but he will be going for another seat in the county in the 9th August general election's.
Paul Otuoma who is the gubernatorial candidate for Busia County has received a boost after DAP Kenya candidate Dr Moses Mulomi withdrew his candidature and supported Otuoma for the race. The talks were spearheaded by DAP Kenya party leader Honarable Eugene Wamalwa who said that a win for Azimio candidate in the race will mean a win for them.
Governor of Kakamega County and assistant party leader for the Orange Democratic Movement, Wycliffe Oparanya, led ODM leaders in denouncing governor Sospeter Ojaamong's decision to run for the Teso South parliamentary seat while on the campaign trail in Busia County. The leaders asserted that under Ojaamong's rule, poverty in Busia county had persisted.
Sospeter Ojaamong, the governor of Busia, is the first county head to be certified by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to run for an MP seat in the general election on August 9. On Monday, Ojaamong walked to the IEBC headquarters with his supporters to request approval to run for the Teso South MP seat on an ODM ticket.
Hon Sospeter Odeke Ojaamong, the current governor of Busia county and a close ally of Hon Raila Odinga, sparked an online debate when he posted the following immediately after attending a Mega Rally for Azimio coalition in the western region. According to his most recent post, he joined their fifth President, H.E Raila Odinga, on his Western tour of Trans-Nzoia and Bungoma counties on Friday.