This morning Bungoma Senetor Hon Moses Wetangula and the former Bungoma Senetor Kenneth Lusaka presented their papers for vying to the IEBC office in Bungoma town. Wetangula will defend his seat as a senator for another five years despite being promised the position of speaker of the Senate in Kenya Kwanza Alliance if they win the election.
Kenneth Lusaka on the other hand will make a comeback to recapture the seat he lost in 2017 to incumbent Governor Hon Wickliffe Wangamati. The two leaders have now submitted their names to IEBC for clearance and they will vie using FORD Kenya party tickets.In a report by TV 47 on their official Facebook page, the two leaders bowed for a prayer before they quit to their various ways. The two were seeking for God's favour and strength ahead of the August polls.Photo courtesy;
Wetangula will now battle with DAP-K candidate Hon. Wafula Wamunyiny for the seat while Kenneth Lusaka will also be facing DAP-K candidate Governor Wickliffe Wangamati. The battle in Bungoma seems to be between FORD Kenya and DAP-K as the two parties has filed candidates in all the Electrol seats in Bungoma and Trans Nzoia. The winner between the two parties is yet to be known in two months time. Thank you for reading my article I request you to like, share and don't forget to follow me for more great news.
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