( Photo courtesy of National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula during a past event)
As supremacy battle between Ruto's Kenya Kwanza and Raila Odinga's led Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition is at it's peak, Western leaders have already started to plan 2032 election line-up.
This is according to a report covered by Monday's People Daily publication which according to National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula, luhyas are keen on helping Ruto serve for two terms after which they will table his successor.
Wetangula noted that luhya community is determined to have their own taking over from president William Ruto who might arguably be grooming deputy president Rigathi Gachagua as his potential successor.
" We are determined to have our own taking over from president William Ruto in 2032 and thia can only be possible if we vote as a bloc. We have the numbers but always scatter them.This should no longer happen", Wetangula said during a church service in Kakamega.
He as well called on kenyans to turn their back against Raila Odinga's call of mass action which according to Wetangula is a way of forcing their path into Kenya Kwanza government.
Wetangula was flanked by Kakamega senator Dr Boni Khalwale and Kakamega governor Fernandes Baraza who recently vowed not to take part in Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition's demonstrations.
Having backed Kenya Kwanza's camp in last year's august presidential election, the western region of Kenya was awarded with a prime cabinet secretary position and national assembly speaker among others such as Ministerial post and permanent secretaries positions.
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