"Am Their Presidential Flag Bearer," Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula Spill the Beans
By PaparazziwaMtaa | self meida writer
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Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula has revealed that his party has designated him as their presidential flag bearer ahead of 2022 polls.The senator who is the leader of Ford Kenya dares anybody to go and compete with him as the flag bearer in the party.
"The party has designated me as their presidential flag bearer. Anybody else can come and challenge me," he said.
While speaking on KTN news newshour the senator said his party is preparing for 2022 and how they will position themselves as a major parliamentary political party and even field a presidential candidate.
This comes after he and two of his co-principals in NASA coalition that was headed by the former prime minister decided to exit and join hands with KANU leader Gideon Moi for a possible alliance ahead of 2022 general elections.
More stories continue to unfold in the Kenyan political scene with politicians realigning themselves according to their political preferences and differences.
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