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Details Emerge On Why Wetangula Might Not Get His Lucrative Position In Ruto's Gov't

Deputy President Ruto has started doing everything to ensure that his government is going on well. This is after the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati declared him as the fifth president of Kenya but Raila Odinga of the Azimio One Kenya Alliance coalition declared that he will challenge the results at the Supreme Court.

However, the Senator of Bungoma County might be in the middle of trouble after discovering that he might not get his lucrative position in Ruto's government. Wetangula was promised by deputy president Ruto that he will serve as the speaker of the Senate in his government. Wetangula might miss this position simply because he was elected as the senator of Bungoma County and if he resigns to take his position in Ruto's government, there will be a by-elections in Bungoma. It is revealed that all the senators will take an oath of office and if Wetangula will do so, he will be locked out of his lucrative position.

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