Wetangula dumps 30% stake on Ruto's government, goes back to defend his Bungoma seat

Senator Moses Wetangula of Bungoma doesn't want to be left out in the cold for the next five years as the polls on August 9th approach.


Moses Wetangula has informed deputy president William Samoei Ruto that he will fight his Senate position, as per Sunday Nation. 


Notwithstanding the deputy president promising him the speakership in the Kenya Kwanza pact if they win the next election, he has yet to accept it.


According to reports, the Bungoma senator made those choices because it was the only definite and realistic way to get into the administration given the Kenya Kwanza leadership's harsh circumstances.


Although Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi jumped to his side, the Bungoma senator's action was considered a sensible move, inspired by recent surveys showing Raila far ahead of Ruto in the Western region.


Kenyans, for their part, had the option to talk about Weta's recent announcement:


"Weta is a man who pays attention to the ground, and he understands that gaining votes in Western Kenya is difficult.."


"The 5th Weta is a wise man." So many essential lessons have been imparted to him by life. There's no room for more blunders at his age."

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