Kenya Kwanza allies from Western region have promised to support Speaker Moses Wetangula in the 2032 presidential poll.
According to leaders led by Webuye East MP Martin Wanyonyi, Wetangula was the best person to succeed President William Ruto after the end of his two terms.
The MP castigated Eugine Wamalwa's bid to contest in 2027 poll saying that Ruto should be allowed to complete his 10 years.
Bungoma senator-elect Wafula Wakoli lauded Wanyonyi's remarks pointing out on the need to unity Mulembe Nation.
Wakoli won the just concluded by-election on a Ford Kenya ticket. He was supported by Wetangula and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi against UDA candidate.
Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua who is also suited to succeed his boss called for unity in Mt Kenya region. He wooed Mt Kenya leaders to ditch Azimio and join Kenya Kwanza.
Other leaders who have expressed their interest on the next poll include Wamalwa and Wiper boss Kalonzo Musyoka.
ODM leader Raila Odinga yesterday insisted that he didn't lose the August 9 poll but rather Azimio votes were forcefully taken away. He placed IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati at the centre of his worries on what happened on August poll.
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