Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetang’ula has revealed that the Luhya community has 30 percent shares in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance agreement.
He pointed out he was hugely humiliated by the ODM party leader Raila Odinga and that why him and ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi decided to join hands with UDA party leader William Ruto to form Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Speaking at Ford Kenya headquarters in Kanduyi on Sunday, Weta said that in KK Coalition he believes will be of great help to the Mulembe Nation if they will emerge winners in the August 9th polls.
The Bungoma senator added that KKA government is set to tarmac 10,000 kilometers of roads in the entire region when they ascend to power.
“We will also construct a new coffee factory in Mt Elgon and also start milling after purchasing a new milling plant for the ailing Nzoia sugar company,” he said.
Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka who is also a Ford Kenya party gubernatorial candidate observed that it was a tough decision that gave him sleepless nights in ditching President Uhuru Kenyatt’s Jubilee party and joining FK.
Lusaka who was the first Bungoma governor will be squaring it out with the current governor Wycliffe Wangamati for governor’s seat.
Wangamati ditched FK and joined DAPK associated with Defence CS Eugene W Wamalwa.
Kabuchai Mp Majimbo Kalasinga hit out at President Uhuru Kenyatta, saying that the hard economic times facing is die to poor planning