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Watangula Finally Announce What"ll Happen If Ruto Doesn't Give Him Any Position In August

Ford Moses Wetangula, a Kenyan politician and Senator from Bungoma, has now stated that he is not working with Deputy President William Ruto for political again. 

The president is a co-principal in the Kenya Kwanza alliance, which he joined with his ANC colleague Musalia Mudavadi earlier this year. 

He has stated, however, that he never joined Ruto expecting anything in return and that he will be OK regardless of whether or not he is included in the DP's team. 

The leader has declared that he is only in Kenya Kwanza to promote the interests of his people, and that he has no personal aims or intentions.

"If I don't get a job in Ruto's administration, it won't be a problem for me. What counts is that you, my people, get something out of it "According to Citizen TV, he said this in Chavakali, Vihiga County. 

He remarked while in the company of Mudavadi, amid claims that the two have inked a deal with Ruto that requires them to provide Ruto and Kenya Kwanza 70 percent of the Western Kenya vote. 

Wetangula also addressed claims that they will receive 30% of Ruto's government, acknowledging that this is the agreement and plan. 

He did say, though, that this portion of the government and state appointments will be for the entire Western Kenya region, not just for him or Mudavadi.

"When it comes to cabinet seats, 30% equals six dockets. Mudavadi and I are unable to occupy all of those seats at the same time "He went on to say. 

According to sources, Ruto has promised them the positions of National Assembly Speaker and Chief Cabinet Secretary if all goes as planned.

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