By MN Reporter
Migori county secretary Christopher Rusana has said he will seek endorsement from his boss in the governor race.
Speaking to Migori News in a special interviews (more artices and videos coming up later), Rusana said he was out to replace governor Okoth Obado after working with him for close to a decade.
“For working for close to a decade in Migori, Obado has a strong support base and he is among like minded leaders i will court to work with once elected as the next governor,” Rusana said.
But he said before he formally seek endorsement from Obado he plans to create a development blueprint which he will first sell to voters directly.
“I will move directly to voters to seek their mandate and sell to them my blueprint, then i will seek my boss endorsement as a voter among other roles,” Rusana said.
He said since being elected in 2013, Obado has faced a lot of challenges and managed to create a development foundation which is the best in Nyanza region.
But Obado during a function in Miyare Technical College two months ago refused to endorse anybody and said “the next governor seat will be decided by voters in a democratic process which will be above handpicking candidates and forcing on people.”