Oparanya: I can never support Malala for Kakamega
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has disassociated himself from a post on his Facebook account in which he is accounted for requesting that citizens back previous Kakamega representative Cleophas Malala for lead representative seat.
“They have hacked my record and debilitated the directors. I have revealed the make a difference to police for examinations. What they have done is extremely amateurish,” said Mr Oparanya.
Oparanya Facebook account hacked
A photograph of Mr Malala, who is in the race for lead representative seat on ANC ticket has been posted on Governor Oparanya account.
The post is moving under the hashtag #VoteCleophasWakhunguMalalah.
The fight for the Kakamega lead representative seat is a high stake challenge which has reduced to Mr Malala and the ODM competitor Mr Fernandes Barasa.
Casting a ballot in a few surveying stations in Kakamega County has been portrayed by low citizen end up.
Mr Oparanya has been driving lobbies for Mr Barasa and encouraged citizens in Kakamega to choose the previous overseeing head of the Kenya Electricity transmission Company (Ketraco) as his replacement.
“I suspect the people who hacked my record did this promptly toward the beginning of the day however it is absolutely impossible that I can back him for the lead representative seat,” said Mr Oparanya.
The active province supervisor said he had visited a few surveying stations and saw episodes of citizen pay off occurring outside surveying communities.
He approached the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to rebuff those engaged with citizen pay off.
At Ibinzo grade school surveying focus in Lurambi body electorate, a lady was hauled into a Toyota Land Cruiser vehicle by a gathering of young people who blamed her for paying off citizens.