LANDS minister James Orengo has asked voters to cast their ballot in a 'six piece' pattern.
Orengo said some candidates were riding on Cord presidential candidate Raila Odinga's popularity and asked Siaya residents to adopt the 'six piece' pattern.
Addressing a rally at Sigomere trading center, Ugunja constituency, Orengo warned that unless party enthusiasts vote for 'a six piece suit', Raila will command a weak government that can easily impeach him.
"Giving Raila presidency without numerical strength is like handing him a gun without bullets," said Orengo. He said if voters make a blunder in this year's election, "it will take a Luo 200 years to lead this country."
He said when the doyen of opposition politics Jaramogi Oginga Odinga commanded a majority in parliament in 1992, the House put former president Moi's government in check.