The speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula has taken a position ahead of the Bungoma senate by-election. According to the speaker, the people of Bungoma County must defend their seat by electing Ford Kenya Party candidate as opposed to UDA.
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Wetangula is clear that the identity of the people of Bungoma County is Ford Kenya and they must never let the party fade away. According to Wetangula, he will never hesitate to fight the what's right for the region where he comes from.
Wetangula is clear that he is today the speaker of the National Assembly courtesy of the support he was accorded by UDA but the people of Bungoma County must defend the Ford Kenya Party position because it's their identity.
Wetangula's Ford Kenya Party is facing stiff competition from UDA and the Azimio coalition. However as we move into the future, let's wait and see of what unfolds for it's a fact that the Bungoma by-election will be highly competitive.
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