FORD Kenya is one of the oldest parties in Kenya. It was initially led by former vice president Kijana Wamalwa. Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula is currently the party leader. The party is currently split to two groups with one led by Moses Wetangula and the other by Kandunyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi.
Today the party held it's national delegates conference at Bomas of Kenya. The conference was attended by all elected FORD Kenya leaders and senior party officials. The delegates elected their new party officials.
Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula was elected as the party leader and Kimimini legislator Chris Wamalwa was elected a the party secretary general. The leaders also elected new treasurer and organizing secretary.
Kimimini legislator Chris Wamalwa thanked the delegates for electing him as their new secretary general. The Legislator will replace Tongaren legislator Eseli Simiyu who defected to other team.
This information was shared by Kimimini legislator Chris Wamalwa on his official Facebook page. Below is his detailed report.
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