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Ex Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma vows to support Prof. Anyang’ Nyong’o

Kisumu Ex-Governor Jack Ranguma has vowed to support Prof. Anyang’ Nyong’o from now hence forth.

Ranguma was speaking when he joined the family of of Vincent Orayo, Nyakach sub county administrator in the burial ceremony of his wife Penina Ochieng’at their rural home in Koru ward. Penina was a councillor in the former municipal council. 

Present at the function was Kisumu Deputy Governor Dr. Ochieng’ Owili who spoke about the commitment of the county government of Kisumu to ensure sugar industries are revitalized, a statement that was echoed by many speakers during the function. 

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Ex Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma on his part declared his support to Governor Prof. Anyang’ Nyong’o administration forthwith. Stating that gubernatorial politics is now behind us and as leaders it’s time for them to come together for the sake of the great people of Kisumu County. 

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Present was Hon. James Koyoo, Muhoroni Mp, business mogul Kevin Kwere, Haggai Kadiri, Director administration, Local MCA’S and a host of Kisumu County officials. 

Last month Mr. Ranguma took Governor Prof. Anyang’ Nyong’o to court appealing for scrutiny of Kisumu gubernatorial elections.

The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal for lack of merit.

Ex Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma vows to support Prof. Anyang' Nyong'o
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