Former Kakamega senator who is also Tangatanga ally honorable Boni Khalwale has emerged with sad news concerning the ANC and Ford Kenya. According to Khalwale, he has alleged that the Amani National Congress and Ford Kenya parties have lost their focus. The legislators have disclosed that the parties vanished after they won in Matungu and Kabuchai constituency.
The happy legislator has also disclosed how the United Democratic Alliance party has been gaining popularity across the nation. Boni Khalwale has alleged that the UDA party is more powerful than ANC and Ford Kenya because the UDA has endlessly fought for more by-elections as compared to the ANC and Ford Kenya.
Boni Khalwale (Photo courtesy)
He has warned all leaders as we approach the next general elections. Boni Khalwale has assured his counterparts in Tangatanga that the upcoming general election will not be tribal or region parties.
Boni Khalwale said "As a flash, @anc_party & Ford Kenya Simba vanished after the Matungu & Kabuchai "win".Meanwhile,@UDAKenya has steadfastly maintained the fight (Machakos, London Ward, Rurii, Juja, Kiamba, Muguga by-elections)The future is not for tribal/regional parties."
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