Lawmakers endorse Wetang’ula as Luhya community spokesperson
A group of lawmakers from the Luhya community has declared their support for National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula as their spokesperson.
Speaking at Musoli in Kakamega, the politicians, led by the chairman of Western parliamentary causes and Sirisia MP, John Waluke said that Wetang’ula’s position in the government makes him the ideal candidate to negotiate on behalf of the community.
In response, Speaker Moses Wetang’ula expressed his full endorsement of the ongoing bipartisan negotiations between the Kenya Kwanza and Azimio brigades, emphasizing their crucial role in restoring peace nationwide.
He stressed the importance of a peaceful environment as a catalyst for national progress and commended Opposition Leader Raila Odinga’s decision to halt nationwide protests, highlighting the significance of dialogue in resolving challenges.
Wetang’ula also emphasised the need for unity among leaders in Kenya and the Luhya region, emphasizing their contribution to national development and economic growth.
He urged patience among Kenyans, allowing the President time to implement his vision for the nation. He reiterated the critical role of unity within the Luhya community in driving regional progress.
The Speaker delivered his address at St. Anne’s Musoli Girls Secondary School during a fundraiser for a school dormitory construction project, where he and other leaders successfully raised Sh10 Million.
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