Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula has explained why he will be defending his senate seat instead of being the Senate speaker. Wetangula was addressing the media immediately after submitting his papers to IEBC. Wetangula said that Ford Kenya already has enough positions nationally in Kenya Kwanza government.
Wetangula explained that William Ruto will appoint 3 cabinet secretaries from Ford Kenya and a host of permanent secretaries. Wetangula said for him to go for a national position after Ruto had been so generous with the allocation would be a selfish move. It is for that reason, he has decided to defend his senate seat.
Wetangula though said he will be busy campaigning for William Ruto across the country. He added that he will only be coming to Bungoma periodically. Due to engagements nationally, Wetangula has said Lusaka will coordinate Ford Kenya campaigns in Bungoma county. Kenneth Lusaka is seeking to recapture Bungoma gubernatorial seat which he lost in 2017.
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