Namwamba woos Mudavadi, Wetangula to join LPK
The Labour Party of Kenya (LPK) party leader, Ababu Namwamba, has challenged the Amani National Congress (ANC) leader, Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya leader, Moses Wetangula, and Cyrus Jirongo to consider joining hands with his party in a bid to front a strong presidential candidate.
Namwamba said that t he Labour Party has not yet settled on a presidential candidate, giving room for negotiation with other leaders from the Luhya community to gang up and front one candidate for the 2017 contest.
Speaking at Busia Polytechnic grounds on Friday, October 14, the LPK party leader said that his party stands for unity across all ethnic divide and good leadership.
Namwamba said his party has the right blue print to ensure equality among all as well as uplift the living standard of all Kenyans.
He urged the Mulembe community to embrace the party and preach peace in the next General Election, advising them not to allow leaders whose aim is to divide them.
He added that LPK is a national party and that it will work with like-minded people.
He urged Kenyans to elect leaders vying for different positions with his Labour party.
Namwamba was accompanied by party chair, Prof Julia Ojiambo, Secretary General, David Makali, Organising Secretary, Peter ole Musye, and Esther Kondi, the deputy party leader.
Makali urged Busia residents to vote for Namwamba overwhelming mentioning that he is the crop of young leaders that needs to be embraced.
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