Even as the 2022 general elections draw near, the Ford-Kenya party finds itself at a difficult moment as there is much division within the party. The level of division has taken a new twist within the party after the party leader Moses Wetangula was dismissed calls by the party members for a National Delegates Confrence(NDC). Moses Weatngula moved to Court to stop the move by Dr. Simiyu to call the Ford-Kenya party to a deligation conference.
Moses Wetangula addressed the press at his rural home in Kanduyi in Bungoma County. He said Mr. Simiyu has not had any legal responsibility to conduct any business meeting in the Ford- Kenya party.
"We have again seen Dr. Simiyu and his group engaging in unlawful provocation against the party leadership that we shall not stomach," said Wetangula.
The reaction of Mr. Wetangula came after Tangaren MP Eseli Simiyu had called for a National Delegates Conference(NDC) on November 6th inviting all party members for a delegate talks that according to him, aimed at solving the wrangles in the party.
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