Ojaamong asks for Odera’s vote as he tours Teso North


The pillar of unity  Sospeter Ojaamong  took  his campaign to Teso North where he emphatically asked the sitting MP Arthur Odera to put aside every other indifference and vote for him  together with his constituents as a Governor.

Speaking at  Akiriamet, the stronghold of the MP,  Ojaamong said Arthur and his supporters should vote for him so that he can have  an overwhelming victory in August 8th elections and fulfill his aspiration of United for Development.

He   asked residents of Teso North to vote for NASA flag bearer  Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga  to save the country from a myriad  challenges  including the high cost of living and many other ills afflicting Kenyans.

” Under  the Moi regime there were many sons and daughters of Busia County in the Government but they  were ejected by subsequent regimes. We need a NASA government to restore sanity.

Teso region had the likes of Chele Barua, Silas Esiromo, Ole Murunga,  Ben Akwara, Oku Kaunya, Ekiring Ajelo but they were all sent packing to confirm that members from the community are not valued by the Uhuru administration,” he said.

Thousands of residents turned up to welcome the  Governor  at various stops he made. They assured him of their support   in the August 8th general elections.

An elder Nicodemus Osukuku   assured Ojaamong of the community’s support saying  they cannot allow the only seat  held by their son to elude them.

Teso North parliamentary candidates Lawi  Mamai and Oku Kaunya  rallied their support behind the re-election of Ojaamong and  for Raila to become the fifth president of Kenya.

Nangina Ward MCA John Obwogo said claims in some quarters that the Teso community cannot fill a wheelbarrow is unfortunate and urged them to back the re-election of their son.

Hon. Obwogo  who delivered greetings from former Vice President Moody Awori   said Governor Ojaamong never complained when  Dr Paul Otuoma and Ababu Namwamba were appointed MPs by Raila when he was Prime Minister.

Busia First Lady Judy Ojaamong  urged the Teso community to vote for her husband saying he was left with only one bullet.

Those who accompanied the Governor  included Women representative candidate Grace Imo, Busia Women rep Florence Mutua  representative Judy Odeda and Angurai East MCA Moses Mamai and Busia CEC for Public Works, Bernard Yaite among others.

Imo raised concerns of the  drastic drop of new maize to Sh40  per  2kgs and expressed fears that the price could reach Sh150 in the next two months.

Photos:   Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong during his campaign tour of Teso North on Tuesday.

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