ODM party in dilema to choose governor to support in Homabay

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The current ODM party chairman John Mbadi wants to replace the county boss Cyprian Awiti, The “daughter” of Raila Amolo Odinga Gladys Wanga who is an ODM party diehard and mp in that county is also looking forward to climb to the top.

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If there is a county that campaigns have been vigorous at this early stage of political ground making, then it is homabay county.Various candidates have been in serious campaigns in funerals, fundraisers and worship gatherings.


Homabay being one of the  ODM party strongholds, members are confused on the candidate that the party will settle on and they think those who will fail to get the party ticket will come with other parties and this may neutralize ODM party in Homabay county.


The battle to replace the incumbent governor of Homabay county Cyprian Awiti is full of movers and shakers of the country at large . As if this was not enough, they are all ODM party bigwigs.


The current ODM party chairman  John Mbadi wants to replace the county boss Cyprian Awiti, The “daughter” of Raila Amolo Odinga Gladys Wanga  who is an ODM party diehard and  mp in that county is also looking forward to climb to the top.
Former Nairobi county governor Evans Kidero has also come back for home stadium match, and it’s heard from the grapevine that he helps to fund and support BBI  which brings him very close to ODM party. 

Other candidates that their diehards describe as “people’s darling” like Isiah Ogwe, Kisia and Magwanga are also looking for the party to be democratic in their nominations for they are sure that the people’s will will see them through.

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