At midnight, Moses Wetangula, senator of Bungoma, informed his followers that the future is bright. According to Moses Wetangula, he met with William Ruto, the fifth deputy president, to explore post-Uhuru Kenyatta administration strategies. Moses Wetangula is already preparing the country's destiny, despite the fact that the election results have not yet been released. Kenyans are eagerly awaiting the outcome of the situation, which is boosting the nation's temperature. Well, as time moves quickly, Moses Wetangula is among those who gave more than 60% of the votes.
According to some accounts, Kenyans have responded to Moses Wetangula's statement, "In order for the block's authority to endure forever, Fortunately, both conceptually and practically, this is impossible. Think Kenyan. I doubt if you can. "
I now realize what you meant when you admitted that the other man was, in fact, a "heavy weight." Well done, Moses Wetangula, the next president after William Ruto. "
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