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Mixed bag for ODM in Busia as Raila leads

05 March 2013, 19:10

Busia - The Standard reports that ODM's Presidential candidate Raila Odinga fared well in Busia County but the constituency seats and the gubernatorial seat were a different story for the coalition.

Vincent Sidai of UDF was giving the Orange party a run for its money as he pulled ahead of Assistant minister Sospeter Ojaamong whose star appears to be dimming at the ballot.

The hot contests for the Senate between Amos Wako (ODM) and former Finance Minister Chris Okemo (Ford Kenya) appeared to favour Attorney General.

- For more visit The Standard

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