ODM Expected to hold A Rally in Gusii Stadium Today

The opposition flag bearer, Raila Odinga his expected to hold a campaign in Gusii stadium. The campaign will will involve the Incumbent Governor James Ongwae and other aspiring aspirants in the area. As we clock clicks down we are seeing political turnmoils in the nation.

Today politics in Gusii Stadium is expected to welcome back the deputy governor Joash Maangi who had ditched the ODM for Jubilee early last year. Joash Maangi has been the jubilee political campaigner for a long time.

Words have it that Joash Maangi was the pioneer of Jubilee politics in Kisii and Nyamira Counties. Kisii County is regarded as a stronghold of ODM for a longtime since the 2007 elections that saw the fall of Kisii Kingpin. Raila  has been receiving overwhelmingly support from Gusii Region.

However, analysts say politics its a game and anything can happen at any given time. That is why ODM his not taking anything by chance as a this a stronghold.

Rails Odinga his expected to arrive at Sukena Airstrip at around 12:00 p.m and make his entrouage to Gusii stadium from Kisumu-Kisii highway along Daraja Moja market. The rally is expected to start at around 1:00 p.m. In attendance will be Prof Sam Ongeri who his seeking the Senator seat.

In last elections ODM managed to ganner over seventy five percent of votes from Kisii County. In last elections we had no one except Sam Ongeri campaigning for Jubilee Coalition in Kisii County. In this elections we have dome defectors from ODM led by Senator Chris Obure who is seeking to unsit the incumbent.

Gusii consisting two counties which neighbours the Luo basin has a registered voters of 579,000 votes as per 2007 elections. Although the region which is seen as one of most populated areas in the country has more of unregistered voters than registered.

Were aren’t sure whether in accompany will be any NASA principal. We are keeping an eye and we will keep you updated.

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