Luhya leaders unite to clinch the top seat, 2022

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After years of political betrayal that has been witnessed in Mulembe land that many term as “power hungry”, it is sigh of relief to abaluhya community as it leaders vow to burry the hatred and work as a team

According to leaders behind the initiative led by Westland mp Tim Wanyonyi the negotiations are ongoing to pick a person who will ‘carry the aspirations’ of the Luhya nation in 2022, adding that the region is working to consolidate its votes behind one leader to give them a headstart in the presidential race.

Mp Wanyonyi regretted that for years, ‘outsiders’ have taken advantage of the ‘liberal Luhyas’ to divide the region, denying them a chance to ascend to the presidency.

“This Luhyas unity talk is created by people who are not Luhyas. Luhyas are very liberal. When it comes to voting, they vote independently,” he said.

He said leaders from the region are considering ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya boss Moses Wetangula.

Mudavadi and Wetangula who are both principals in the One Kenya Alliance are the main focus and they believe that the move will help them bring on board Kalonzo Musyoka and Gideon Moi to support them

Former Unctad secretary general Mukhisa Kituyi, who hails from Wetangula’s home county of Bungoma, has also declared he will vie for the seat

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