MP WALUKE OUT ON BOND .
Veteran Sirisia MP John Waluke’s released from incaseration on bond yesterday on a 10 millipn cash bail or a 20 million bond.This further complicates Kenya Kwanza’s chances of winning the 8th December Bungoma Senatorial race. This critical moves comes in the wake of former Prime Minister and Azimio Presidential Candidate Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga adding his powerful voice to the Waluke saga and demanding his release.
With the Senatorial race political octane heightening, and an anticipated visit to Nzoia Sugar by Agriculture CS Mithika Linturi later today, all chips are lined to fall on the doorstep of veteran legislator Hon. Wafula Wamunyunyi, who has recently been vocal in urging residents to vote for an experienced Senator as opposed to rewarding sychophancy.
It will be interesting to see how Hon. Waluke weighs in on the Senatorial race with reliable sources on the ground hinting at a massive political rally slated for the weekend in Sirisia.
Scheduled to attend the Waluke Homecoming Rally in Sirisia will be Baba himself, Kanu Chairman Gideon Moi, Azimio Running mate Martha Karua, Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka, ODM Secretary General Senator Edwin Sifuna, amoung other Azimio leading lights.
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