Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli has asked Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetang’ula to stop early campaigns.
Mr Atwoli said that the Bungoma senator and ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi should instead support President Uhuru Kenyatta to actualize his Big Four Agenda instead of engaging in “dry politics”.
“They should stop putting western in a campaign mood. This time people are implementing President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four agenda,”Atwoli added.
The Cotu boss further said that leaders from Western should instead push to ensure the government completes projects earmarked for the region .
Bungoma senator Hon Wetang’ula was teargassed by police in Bungoma on Friday as he led a convoy during his return home since he was toppled as Ford Kenya leader on May 31.
“How do you hold a homecoming party many years after you have been elected?”wondered Atwoli.
The Bungoma senator is fighting in court to reclaim the party from Kanduyi MP Hon Wafula Wamunyi and his Tongareni counter Dr Eseli Simiyu who toppled him.
Police on Saturday also dispersed six MPs allied to deputy President William Ruto in Malava constituency with teargas for violating Covid-19 protocol.
The MPs Ben Washiali, Didimus Barasa, Mwambu Nabonga, Justus Murunga, and Ferdinand Wanyonyi had gathered at their colleague Malulu Injendi to discuss issues affecting western.
“Wetang’ula should stop moving around in the region in the company of agents of deputy president William Ruto, people are watching and will in the fullness of time tell it to him”Atwoli said