Kakamega County senator Boni Khalwale is one of the vocal United Democratic Alliance party allied leaders from Western Kenya. Yesterday Bungoma County held a by-election to fill the position left vacant by Moses Wetangula who was elected to be Speaker of the National Assembly.
Photo : (Courtesy) Boni Khalwale, Kakamega County senator.
The elections results were released and Ford-Kenya party candidate Wafula Wakoli had won the race. He had gunnered 64,009 votes (48.3%). The United Democratic Alliance party candidate Mwambu Mabonga was the second with 45,692 votes and Azimio candidate Wafula Wamunyinyi became the third with 22,296 votes.
Photo: (Courtesy) Ford-Kenya party Candidate.
Taking to his Twitter account, Khalwale congratulated the Candidate for their efforts in the election. He thanked Bungoma residents for voting for UDA ally to be the second in the election. He said, "this puts to rest their attempt to call Western a zone for their parties". https://twitter.com/KBonimtetezi/status/1601216926687981569?t=iodwxjvqgjog1teAKDxPNA&s=19
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