Former Cabinet secretary for devolution Eugene Wamalwa has resurfaced online with a congratulatory message to Bungoma senatorial Aspirant few hours after holding a meeting with Azimio la Umoja's chief Raila Odinga.
Speaking via his official twitter handle, Wamalwa has thanked Wamunyunyi for being cleared to vie for the vacant seat which was left unoccupied after Moses Wetangula's big win as Speaker of the national assembly.
He has well urged people of Bungoma to stand with Wamunyunyi alleging his undying support for them defending sugarcane farmers and devolution.
" Hongera my friend Hon Wamunyunyi on your clearance by IEBC today to contest for Bungoma county ke senatorial seat. May the good people of Bungoma stand with you on 8:12:22 as you have stood with them through years defending the rights of sugar cane farmers and devolution", he wrote.
Wamalwa who was welcomed back in Azimio is currently working closely with Azimio la Umoja's chief Raila Odinga in backing their allies towards top seats in the country.
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