The country is still being torn apart by political forces, and Kenyans are eagerly awaiting the outcome of the Kenya Kwanza government. A few days after winning the August polls, President William Ruto's UDA party is rapidly losing favor.
The UDA party of President William Ruto was defeated in the polls in Bungoma and Mumias. It was a surprise to see Wamunyinyi defeated by the uncomplicated UDA party, according to this afternoon's announcement: "Wafula Wakoli of Ford Kenya wins the Bungoma Senate seat after garnering 66,032 votes; UDA's Mwambu Mabonga is second with 45,907 votes; and Azimio's Wafula Wamunyinyi comes third with 20,519 votes."
Nevertheless, some Kenyans have ridiculed the Bungoma community for not supporting the nominee of the Azimio La Umoja Team. Now Kenyans are left talking after Wafula wakoli won the Senate seat, as the azimio team lost it again.
Bungoma holds this election because Moses Wetangula has a big position in Ruto's government, and that makes the residents do it.
Now, what would you like to comment on as Azimio's candidate loses the seat? Please leave your comments below.
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