WETANGULA confirms that RUTO and RAILA ODINGA hand a secret handshake and resolved to work together – GACHAGUA is still fooling ‘Tugeges’

Speaker of the National Assembly, Moses Wetang’ula, has issued a rallying cry to leaders hailing from the Western region, urging them to transcend their political disparities and forge a united front.

Addressing attendees at the funeral service of Mama Femina Khayisio, the mother of Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Renson Mulele Ingonga, in Makunga, Mumias East Constituency, Kakamega County, Wetangula emphasized the imperative of learning from the collaborative efforts of President William Ruto and his political adversary, Raila Odinga. He underscored their willingness to set aside ideological divergences for the collective good.

“In advocating for reverence towards regional leaders, I implored our detractors to exercise restraint in their expression, refraining from denigrating esteemed politicians from our locality. Instead, I urged them to embrace roles as agents of cohesion and economic advancement for our populace,” Wetangula remarked.

He encouraged leaders to emulate President William Ruto’s example, citing the latter’s strategic alignment with Azimio Leader Raila Odinga in pursuit of the Chairmanship of the African Union Commission, despite their pronounced political discord.

Wetang’ula lauded the display of political maturity exhibited by leaders across party lines, heralding it as a pivotal departure from the acrimonious political landscape characterized by the inappropriate conduct of novice politicians who often exploited solemn occasions like funerals to castigate their senior counterparts.

His statement further corroborates the collaborative efforts between Raila Odinga and Ruto, even as Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua purportedly attempts to sway residents of Mount Kenya, colloquially known as Tugeges, by insinuating resistance to Raila Odinga’s proximity to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance government.