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Wetangula Hints of Wooing Vocal Azimio Politician to KKA as he Comments on Ruto-Atwoli's Meeting

The Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula has said that the leaders from the Western Region are out to unite for the sake of the region, following the August 9th polls were most of the residents allied behind the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance boss Raila Odinga.

Speaking in Bungoma County on Saturday as he led the Senatorial campaigns in favour of the Ford Kenya party candidate David Wafula Wakoli, Wetangula said that the Western leaders will unite irrespective of which camp they supported in the recent elections.

He hinted of wooing Former Kadunyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi in to the KKA font.

Wamunyinyi who will be contesting under the Azimio Coalition Political Party is among other 10 aspirants cleared by IEBC to contest for the by-elections slated to take place next week on December 8th.

Wetangula further commented on the recent meeting that was hosted by President William Ruto in State House and attended by the COTU boss Francis Atwoli and other Western Region leaders, saying that was a proof that there are no permanent enemies in politics.

"You saw us the other day with the president, Musalia and Atwoli. That was to demonstrate that in politics there is no permanent enemies or friendship, only similar interests. Our interests now demands that we must unite our people, and that is exactly what we are doing. I and Musalia will not rest until we get everyone on board even Wamunyinyi," he said.

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