Moses Wetangula's Ford-Kenya has today clinched the Bungoma Senatorial seat ahead of Ruto's UDA and DAP-Kenya to retain the seat. Ford Kenya has been strong in Bungoma countynd alot of Kenyans expected the results they have recieved today. Wetangula has been a man behind the party which delivered more than expected to Kenya kwanza in the last general elections. Ford-Kenya's Wafula Wakoli has emerged the winner with over 64, 000 votes ahead of UDA's Mabonga who garnered over 45,000 votes. DAP-Kenya's Wamunyinyi garnered over 22,000 votes becoming third in the race.
The Bungoma by-election was focused between the two strong Kenya kwanza parties of the national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula and that of president William Ruto. Wetangula's Ford-Kenya was strong enough to reclaim the seat beating Ruto's UDA candidate to the task. Kenyans have reacted differently to the resultts of the by-election which saw the might party claim the seat.
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