While is Kilifi, disagreements has occurred between United Democratic Alliance (UDA) gubernatorial candidate Aisha Jumwa and FORD Kenya party leader Moses Wetang'ula. This is after Jumwa asked Kilifi residents to vote in 6 piece for the DP's UDA party.
While addressing the Kilifi residents, the Bungoma lawmaker disagreed with Jumwa, asserting that his party also has a candidate eying a parliamentary seat for Kilifi South Constitutiency, asking residents to choose wisely and consider the FORD Kenya candidate, saying the aspirant is like his son.
"I have heard mama Aisha saying that you should elect six wheelbarrows but I disagree with her because I have a young man here who is vying for a parliamentary seat here in Kilifi South. I ask you to consider him because he is my son," Moses Wetang'ula has said.
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