Today, October 6, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) makes a significant announcement by announcing a by-election in Bungoma to replace Moses Masika Wetangula the party leader for FORD Kenya and the senator for Bungoma.
Moses Masika Wetangula the leader of the FORD Kenya party was chosen to represent the speaker of the national assembly and Gladys Boss Sholei a woman from Uasin Gishu serves as his deputy.
The Bungoma senate seat has been declared empty by Independent Electoral Boundaries (IEBC) in order to hold a by-election to fill it. Wetangula quit and is now battling former National Assembly speaker Kenneth Marende who was supported by the Azimio team.
Wetangula defeated Kenneth Marende to succeed Justin Muturi who was chosen by president Ruto to become attorney general as speaker of the National Assembly of Kenya.
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