Details have emerged on how Prime Cabinet Minister Honourable Musalia Mudavadi and National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula are planning to have President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party lose its popularity in Western region particularly in Bungoma County.
In a statement via Nation on Twitter, the two leaders have ganged up against Ruto's party in the Bungoma Senate by-elections with the two backing Ford Kenya Party's Wafula Wakoli against UDA's Mwambu Mabonga.
"We have found it decent and good manners to leave it to Wetang’ula’s team (Ford Kenya) to defend their seat," read a part of the statement.
According to the statement, this might be a setback for President Ruto since Bungoma County, was the county in the Western region that gave him majority of the votes. And should Ford Kenya's candidate Wafula Wakoli win the by-elections, then the Head of State risks losing his grip on Western Politics.
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