Moses Wetangula has publicly praised the Luhya community for responding to his call and standing with Kenya Kwanza to vote for President William Ruto. According to the report shared by the Star News, Moses Wetangula (Speaker of National Assembly) has attributed president William Ruto's win to number of votes he got from the Luhya community. A report that has sparked alot reactions among Kenyans across the country.
Wetangula revealed that the votes especially from Bungoma County had a decisive impact as they tipped the scales in Ruto's favour during final tallying.
"We as a community, her in the west especially here in Bungoma, we thank you very much for responding to my call and my colleagues and standing with us to vote for President William Ruto during the August General elections," Speaker Moses Wetangula said.
President William Ruto garnered 7,176,146 votes against his closest opponent Raila Odinga who got 6,942,930 votes. Therefore Moses Wetangula claims that were it not his support, president William Ruto could have not been a president of the country.
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