As UDA elected leaders drummed up support for Mwambu Mabonga in Bungoma senatorial by election, Didmus Barasa who was elected on UDA decided to support Wafula Wakoli Ford Kenya candidate and he has vigorously campaigned for him across Bungoma county and he has repeatedly said president William Ruto his party leader allowed him.
Today Bungoma county has been having senatorial by election and it was narrowed down to three horse race despite the fact that they were 11 aspirants.The competition is between Wafula Wakoli Ford Kenya, Mwambu Mabonga UDA and Wafula Wamunyinyi Azimio coalition.
Didmus Barasa has taken it to his social media pages to thank Bungoma residents for holding peaceful by election.There was no any reported case from Bungoma county which could have disrupted voting.
Didmus has also announced that he will quit politics next week if Wafula Wakoli is defeated in Bungoma senatorial by election.He also instructed Wafula Wakoli to look for a suit ready for his swearing in.
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