Eugene Wamalwa, Wycliffe Oparanya accused of dividing Mulembe Nation
Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula in a meeting photos
Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula in a meeting. PHOTO | PD


Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi speaks with  Ford Kenya colleague Moses Wetang'ula have vowed to rally behind the Luhya community together ahead of 2022 general elections.


The two leaders blame Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa and Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya of dividing the Luhya community.


Addressing at M.P Chris Wamalwa's Kiminini home during Luhya leaders meeting, the leaders said they have begun a set of meetings across the Western region to advance the region's development agenda.


The Duo challenged President Uhuru Kenyatta to stop directing the war against corruption to specific people to achieve a political agenda.


They also took issue with the alleged measures to revive the western region economic development is a hoax to hoodwink the electorate in the region.


Wetangula said the team that met the President has given the region a raw deal since the best they could get us was a bus instead of advocating for real solutions affecting locals.


They said there is a need for setting up of a commission of inquiry to unravel what fell the sugar industry in Western Kenya.


They noted there is no political leadership vacuum in the region accusing the team of Eugene Wamalwa and Governor Oparanya of planting seeds of division.


The leaders accompanied by MPs from the Western region said they are working together as a team of all like-minded leaders for the interest of this region.


Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa said the community can not be auctioned saying Mudavadi and Wetang'ula are the sole leaders who should steer the community's political direction.


Mudavadi said the region is ripe to give this country a President and that is their interest towards 2022 general elections.


However, speaking at Kitale in a separate function, CS Eugene Wamalwa, Wycliffe Oparanya and Bungoma governor Wycliffe Wangamati said their interest is to push for development agenda of the Western region.

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