The diminishing political status quo of Bungoma Senator Moses Masika Wetangula and his counterpart from ANC Musalia Mudavdi seems to be on the ending, according to recent scenarios.
This is after the meeting held by the embattled Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula, who on Monday, hosted several elected leaders at his Karen home in what he had earlier said was condoning the passing on of his brother.
Wakajuaness.Com can now independently confirm that the meeting failed to attract top Luhya political leaders, like the one posted by COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli last week.
The meeting is said to have over 20 Members of Parliament, with some of the leaders in attendance including Women MP Catherine Wambilianga, Chris Wamalwa, Benjamin Washiali, Bunyasi, John Waluke, Wanyonyi, Malulu, Murunga, , Mwambu, Nangabo, Agoi, Gimase, Wanyama, Didydmus, Adagala, Tindi Mwale, Christopher Asega, Vincent Kimose, and senator Petronila Were.
Wetangula’s brother Tim Wanyonyi however refuted to be part of the purported press conference in Kare, saying he is fully in ODM and had only come to visit his brother who had said he was hosting leaders coming to give their condolences.
The leaders also endorsed Wetangula and Mudavadi as the spokespersons of the Luhya Nation and warned Atwoli and the company to keep off the Luhya community.