The four party leaders on Tuesday caused a stir in Bungoma County during the campaign to drum up support for Ford Kenya candidate Majimbo Kalasinga at Kabuchai mini poll slated for 4th March 2021 which will give Kabuchai residents a chance to elect a leader of their choice after the death of James Lusweti.
The race attracted many candidates but the main focus is on the top CPA Evans Kakai (UDA party) associated with Deputy President William Ruto and Ford Kenya part candidate Majimbo Kalasinga.
Speaking to the press, Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula hinted out on forming a new alliance that will see ANC party boss Musalia Mudavadi win the 2022 general election.
Majimbo in his press release acknowledged the party leader Moses Wetang’ula, ANC boss Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi for giving him support.
‘’ANC didn’t fill a candidate in Kabuchai as well as Ford Kenya did not fill a candidate in Matungu,’’ said Musalia.
Wetang’ula said that Luhya’s have been supporting Raila Odinga for a long time, saying that it’s time for Luhya to take statehouse leadership.
“We have entered a new pact that will be made of people who respect the set rules,” said Kalonzo.
However, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala called on Kabuchai electorates not to vote for Ford Kenya party candidate, adding that UDA is misleading people in the country.
Today the ANC crew are in Matungu Constituency to campaign for Peter Oscar Nabulindo (ANC) to drum up support for him.
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