"A county like Kakamega with nine constituencies or Bungoma with six constituencies will need someone with massive resources to mount a serious campaign," points out Moi Universityâs Dr Masibo Lumala.
Serving and former ministers have already shown interest in contesting for either senate seats or governorship.
Assistant Minister George Khaniri who is the Hamisi MP said he has his eyes on Vihiga County.
In Elgeyo-Marakwet, Francis Mutwol is eyeing the senatorâs seat. Former Turkana Central MP Emmanuel Imana also said he would give the Senate a try.
In Murangâa, Environment and Natural Resources Minister John Michuki is said to be among those who will contest for the governorâs slot. In Bungoma, speculations are rife that former Trade and Industry Minister Dr Mukhisa Kituyi would be going for the governorâs position.
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