The speaker of the National Assembly Senator Moses Wetangula is currently meeting a mammoth crowd of Ford Kenya party supporters at Bukananachi village,Tuuti Marakaru Ward in Kanduyi in search of votes for his preferred Senatorial Candidate Hon.David Wakoli Wafula.
"Currently meeting a mammoth crowd of Ford Kenya party supporters at Bukananachi village,Tuuti Marakaru Ward in Kanduyi constituency on a vote hunting mission for the election of our Ford Kenya party candidate Hon.David Wakoli Wafula.
David Wafula Wakoli has served in my office for the past ten years with total diligence, humility, respect and great honor. Throughout the period I have worked with him, I have never found him in any indiscipline acts.
I am therefore humbly requesting you to vote him in as our Senator since he has what it takes to do proper oversight, legislation and representation". Senator Moses Wetangula said.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months days if his Hon.David Wakoli Wafula will beat Wafula Wamunyinyi or not.
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