Wetangula's camp now seeks support from Raila

By Auki Owuor June 3, 2018, 5:38 p.m. Politics


Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has called on NASA leader Raila Odinga to support Mudavadi and Wetangula’s call for unity among the Luhya Community.

According to Khalwale, that is the only way Raila can return the favour.

“Luhyas have no problem with Raila shaking hands with President Uhuru or anyone, but as they do that, they must put in mind that our Mumias, Nzoia and Webuye pan-paper factories resume their functionality,” said Khalwale.

“It is Uhuru’s last term in the office as provided by the constitution. As Raila shakes hands with Uhuru, he should not forget that as Luhyas we gave him our support in the last election, therefore, he should return the favor in 2022.”

Raila has come under attack after he claimed that the proposed merger between ANC and Ford Kenya was a tribal alignment.

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