Moses Wetangula agree to unite Luhya votes
ANC boss Musalia Mudavadi, Ford-K boss Moses Wetangula. PHOTO | STAR

New alliance brewing between Ford-Kenya and Amani National Congress party in western. The top heads of the respective parties have been meeting regularly.

Ford Kenya boss Moses Wetang’ula and ANC boss Musalia Mudavadi  stated that for the past four days they have been holding a three-hour meeting daily at the Musalia Mudavadi Centre in Nairobi.

“A few days ago, I met Musalia for three hours. We were not meeting to look at each other but for a serious discussion that will save our people,” he said.

“What is killing Luhyas is that we don't keep secrets. As a community we need to start planning our things behind the curtain,” he said.

The senator said more details will emerged later as political formations in Kenya come in the last year of elections.

“Musalia and I are looking for what William Ruto and others are looking for,” he noted.

He lamented that there are leaders from western region who are fighting efforts to unite the community.

“We have some of our own who don’t want us to unite because their interests are tied up elsewhere but we can't bow down,” he vowed.

Even as they push for Luhya unity, Mudavadi has indicated that he is not considering stepping down for anyone in the 2022 elections.
The ANC leader has maintained that he will be among the 2022 presidential candidates.

The politicians he has received include Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa, Webuye West MP Daniel Wanyama, Sakwa Bunyasi (Nambale), Ayub Savula (ANC, Nominated), Petronila Were (nominated senator), Tindi Mwale(Butere) and Christopher Aseka ( Kwisero).

Others are Sirisia MP John Waluke, Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago and Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi.

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