A section of Bunge La Mwanachi members from Jacaranda has declared that they are ready to stand with Raila Odinga to the end. Photo: [Raila Odinga and William Ruto]
They also alleged that Raila will contest again for the presidency in 2027. All of them vowed to fully vote for the former Prime Minister if he announces his presidential 2027 bid.
Speaking at Jacaranda grounds, one of them hinted that he was ready to support Raila even in 2037 if he fails in the 2027 and 2032 presidential elections.
”We have declared our full support for Odinga, even if he will not win in 2027 and 2032, I personally will support him again in 2037,” One of them said.
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Nandi County Senator Samson Cherargei has been slammed by a section of Netizens after he took to the public to drum up support for Hon. William Kisang, a United Democratic Alliance candidate in the looming January 5, 2023 Senatorial by-elections.
According to Cherargei while addressing the residents of Elgeyo Marakwet County, voting into Senate House Hon. Kisang will place them at the frontline, adding that, the latter will fit so well into the shoes of the Former Senator Kipchumba Murkomen.
He encouraged them to turn up in numbers so that they can beat their competitors and have more numbers at the Senate House that will enable them have dominion over the minority group.
“Asaaante for the resounding assurance that you shall on Senate by-elections on 5th January 2023 that you shall elect UDA candidate Hon. William Kisang for Senator Elgeyo Marakwet County. Kazi ni Kazi. Blessed afternoon,” the Lawmaker said.
However, a section of residents drummed up support for one Jerotich Seii, a fearless and bold aspirant who has been asking for the support of the residents so that she can go fight for the reduction of high cost of living that has affected a lot of Kenyans.
The Netizens told the Lawmaker, to focus on the Nandi politics and distance himself from the Elgeyo Marakwet, hinting out that, they will not be told on who to vote in their own territories.