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Senator Khawlale chides Wetangula's cold reception in Bungoma ahead of Thursday by election

Kakamega senator Bonny Khawlale has chided national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula's cold reception in his backyard as he campaigned for his FORD Kenya party candidate Wafula Wakori.

The senate majority chief whip compared his warm reception in the county as he campaigned for UDA party candidate Mwambu Mabonga to that of speaker Wetangula in the same county.

" Wetangula and Khawlale in Bungoma county. Each doing his own thing on the campaign trail" posted senator Bonny Khawlale on his official Facebook page.

Bungoma senatorial seat has attracted rivalry in the two Kenya Kwanza Alliance parties with each party rallying behind its own candidate.

FORD Kenya party led by Moses Wetangula has fielded youthful Wafula Wakori as their candidate while UDA party led by president William Ruto has fielded former Bumula legislator Mwambu Mabonga.

Wafula Wakori enjoys backing from majority of elected leaders from the county led by Governor Kenneth Lusaka, women representative Catherine Wambilianga and Kimimili UDA party legislator Didmus Barasa.

Webuye West legislator Dan Wanyama and Senator Khawlale are the campaign leaders for UDA's Mwambu Mabonga.

Azimio movement under DAP- K party has also fielded former Kanduyi legislator Wafula Wamunyinyi as their candidate.

Bungoma senatorial by election is slated this Thursday, 8th December.

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Bonny Khawlale Bungoma FORD Kenya Kakamega Moses Wetangula


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