Moses Wetangula, President Ruto, and Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi were the three founding members of Kenya Kwanza.
After the government was established, President Ruto fulfilled the commitments he made, and the two leaders attained significant positions in Ruto's administration.
Following the disclosure of information, rumors are already circulating that President William Ruto and Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula have united to oppose each other in the Bungoma senatorial election.
Our source claims that Wetangula and Mudavadi are running campaigns for David Wafula Wakoli, who will be running in the upcoming by-election under the Ford Kenya party flag.
On the opposing side, Mwambu Mabunga, a former Bumula MP, has been chosen to represent President Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) on the party's ticket.
All eyes are now focused on the two leaders as they team up to compete for the same seat with their boss candidate.
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