For days now, former Budalangi Member of Parliament Ababu Namwamba has been seen engaging the public in different forums a move that has elicited mixed reactions. The once Raila strong aide has been silent for a while choosing to concentrate on his mandate as a public servant in the ministry of foreign affairs.
An Extract from Ababu's Facebook Post
However, it seems that he is ready to make a political comeback. Today on his Facebook page Ababu has been pictured in full Army Regalia inspecting several projects in Busia. Many believe that he is making a statement that he is back in the public limelight.
Ababu fell out with the ODM party forcing him to begin his party which did not last for long. He was later appointed to government something that has kept him busy for a while. He is rumored to be contemplating running for the Busia Gubernatorial seat which is currently being held by Sospita Oojamong. Kindly follow the writer for more updates.
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