The Ford Kenya Party Members led by speaker of the national assembly hon Moses Masika Wetangula have ganged up against him amidst who to fly the bungoma county senatorial flag and other seats which are set for elections this December.
According to taifa Leo newspaper, the members of the lions party are against the idea of speaker wetangula getting involved in the party's primaries at the grassroots levels.
The newspaper notes that the members are slamming him for influencing the elections in bungoma county and thus are very furious with him even as they prepare to campaign for Bikoli wafwoli.
"Siasa Ford Kenya zachacha, Wetangula afokewa kwa kujihusisha na uchaguzi mdogo bungoma," the newspaper read.
This comes even as several parties are preparing themselves to take over the senatorial seat from speaker wetangula with azimio la umoja movement fielding former kanduyi constituency member of parliament hon Wamunyinyi and ANC party making a deal with ford Kenya to support Wakwoli.
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