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Lusaka Told What Wetangula Badmouthed About Him As DAP-K Endorses Raila's Presidency In Western

Ford Kenya Bungoma gubernatorial candidate Kenneth Lusaka was told what Senator Moses Wetangula badmouthed about him during his (Lusaka) tenure as Bungoma governor between 2013 to 2017.

Speaking in Bungoma county, Kanduyi legislator and Democratic Action Party - Kenya (DAP-K) leader Wafula Wamunyinyi launched bruise attacks at Ken Lusaka for allegedly quenching public coffers during his reign as Bungoma boss.

While endorsing Azimio - One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga for the country's top seat, Wamunyinyi informed Lusaka that Raila will secure presidency in August contest.

"Let me tell Lusaka, you should accept the fact that Raila Odinga is the next president. And I also want to remind you that Wetangula once said you are a thief of public resources.." said Kanduyi MP.

Lusaka lost Bungoma governor's seat in 2017 to incumbent Wickliffe Wangamati after cutting ties with Ford Kenya to join Jubilee before rejoining again Ford Kenya ahead of August 9 contest.

Wangamati on the other hand ditched Ford Kenya to join Wafula Wamunyinyi's DAP-K where he seeks to defend the seat in next election.

Democratic Action Party - Kenya is a constituent party in Azimio - One Kenya and averred to campaign against Kenya Kwanza Alliance in favour of Raila Odinga Mulembe nation.

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