Rusana’s graph as next governor with court cases is low- Ayacko

Migori senator Ochillo Ayacko and county secretary Christopher Rusana

By MN Reporter

Migori senator Ochillo Ayacko has said that he has not noticed any change ahead of 2022 governor election after county secretary Christopher Rusana declared interest.

Ayacko said Rusana should desist from attacking him in rallies, as his graph as a governor candidate is very low to make him blink in his political rudder.

“Rusana, your graph is low as governor aspirant, you are a non-entity,” Ayacko said.

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He was speaking at St Celestino Oruba Catholic Church on Sunday during a funds drive hosted  by Suna West MP Peter Masara.

He was reacting to claims by Rusana earlier on Friday that his main work was to attack governor Okoth Obado

Both Ayacko and Rusana are aspirants to replace Obado in the forthcoming polls.

“Rusana has a problem that everybody knows, tell him first to check his court cases,” Ayacko said.

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The senator said that with court cases come 2022, he even doubt if Rusana will be in the ballot.

Rusana was released on Sh50,000 bail by a Kisii court pending trial for alleged abuse of office when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Shiundu Lutta.

Rusana denied that on February 29, 2016, he used his office to improperly confer a benefit on Eliud Obonyo Sotty by appointing him director of supply chain management.