Wetang'ula financially drained by court cases
12 January 2016, 17:22
Nairobi - Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang'ula admits that he has been financially drained by the consistent court cases in regard to his status as Senator.
Wetang'ula, speaking at the Nairobi Milimani Law Courts Tuesday whilst defending himself over bribery allegations in the 2013 elections, asked the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commision IEBC to end the matter because he has been financially and physically drained.
" I have been drained financially and mentally as well as physically by these allegations," he said at the Courts when he got a chance to speak.
" This is a case that ended once the by elections were held and the IEBC must do the right thing and end it once and for all," he added.
The Senator's team includes Lawyers James Orengo, Paul Mwangi and Moses Kajwang.
Wetangula is fighting to avoid being barred from the voter register after being charged by the High Court for voter bribery in the 2013 General Elections.
He has denied the allegations.
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