FORUM for the Restoration Of Democracy _ Kenya (Ford _ Kenya) party holds the meeting at the Bomas of Kenya today earlier today Thursday November 4. According to Tuko news, Wetang'ula was declared the party national leader by Delegates.
"Wetang'ula was declared the party national leader during the national Delegates meeting at the Bomas of Kenya earlier today Thursday November 4," the report states.
Bungoma senator Moses Wetang'ula was also chosen to be the party presidential candidate.
This was big blow to Kanduyi member of Parliament Hon. Wafula Wamunyinyi, Tongareni member of Parliament Hon. Eseli Simiyu and Bungom Governor Hon. Wafula Wangamati who have oppositions to Bungoma senator to his position in the party to Wamunyinyi. According to them Wetang'ula was removed from the the position of party leader and given it to Wamunyinyi.
According to my opinion, the oppositions in the party will get hard time in the coming general elections unless they ask forgiveness to Wetang'ula.
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