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Opore wins Bonchari parliamentary seat

24 June 2014, 08:10

Kisii - Zebedeo Opore clinched the Bonchari Constituency MP seat in a by-election that was held on Monday.

Opore who vied for the seat on a Ford People ticket was leading with 10,947 votes followed by ODM’s John Oyioka who had 6,977. Wiper’s Charles Onyancha was third with 5,171 votes, The Standard reports.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission called for the by-election following the nullification of Oyioka’s election by the Court of Appeal.

 - For more visit The Standard

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