Azimio leaders in Bungoma differ over cash from President Uhuru

Raila in Kitale (photo credit- Raila Odinga twitter)
Raila in Kitale (photo credit- Raila Odinga twitter)

Conflict has stirred in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya in Bungoma County as Sirisia Member of Parliament John Koyi Waluke has blamed Cabinet Secretary for Defence Eugene Wamalwa and DAP-K leadership for trying to degrade other supporters of Azimio.

Addressing journalists in his Constituency, Hon Waluke wanted CS Wamalwa with the DAP-K leadership to stop demeaning the coalition partners and pretending to be so important and yet it is just after their selfish interests and funding from Jubilee party as the real Jubilee members languish for lacking money.

“These DAP-K people don’t want us the Jubilee members, if they see us they tell us to go and hold our rallies, I am blaming DAP-K since when the President releases money to Eugene it is just divided among DAP-K members without caring about us and yet we are coalition partners, I was surprised the other day they chased Bungoma County Woman Rep candidate on Jubilee Rabecca Masibayi from their rally that she doesn’t belong in DAP-K,” wondered Sirisia MP

However, he alleged that DAP-K candidates in Bungoma County are shrewd and they don’t drum support for Raila Odinga’s Presidency.

“What pisses me off with these DAP-K people is; they don’t even drum up support for Raila in Bungoma and that is what we are supposed to do as Azimio candidates, they fear Wetangula, therefore we want to know why they don’t and they only want money from Uhuru and President himself is a Jubilee member.” He claimed

He condemned the incident that happened between DAP-K leader who is also Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi and former Kanduyi MP who is vying for Kanduyi parliamentary seat on ODM Alfred Khang’ati during Raila’s tour in Bungoma.

“There is fight within us in Bungoma County, recently when our Presidential candidate, Raila was in Bungoma we created a very bad picture on whatever happened between Hon Wamunyinyi and Hon. Khang’ati.” He stated

He urged Bungoma electorates to support all candidates vying in Azimio La Umoja and elect them on 9th August as he encouraged all Kenyans to maintain peace during this campaign period, during and after elections