Wetang’ula to launch his presidential bid soon
31 January 2016, 08:57
Bungoma - Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) Co Principal Moses Wetang'ula has said his State House bid is unstoppable.
He said that he will launch his presidential bid at Muliro gardens in Kakamega in February, which will be attended by both ODM party leader Raila Odinga and Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
He criticized the Jubilee administration for trying to frustrate his presidential bid by picking some leaders and inviting them for tea at the Deputy President William Rutos' Sugoi home.
"Come and join me now because united we can succeed; do not wait until am nominated."
"Wetang’ula is not just a brand but an institution. If God is with you, nothing will be against you," he said.
Kiminini Mp, Chris Wamalwa said those who were planning for the downfall of Wetang’ula were surprised that he won the case against IEBC.
"No weapon formed against Wetang'ula will prosper and indeed he emerged victorious in all the cases that had been fixed against him by the Jubilee administration," said Wamalwa.
Westland Mp Tim Wanyonyi also applauded the Country's electoral body for its ruling in favour of Wetang'ula over the voter bribery allegations.
"It boldly showed that IEBC is independent and can no longer be swayed by the government. Am now calling on all Western leaders to support Wetang'ula as he prepares the grand march to State House in the next general election," said Wanyonyi.
The leaders were speaking during the thanksgiving ceremony of Mr Wetang’ula in his Kanduyi home.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission special committee chaired by Thomas Letang'ule ruled that there was no case against Wetang'ula.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page!
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