Wetangula accused of running Ford Kenya as a private entity

Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula has termed his removal as Senate Minority Leader as a “mischievous” ...
Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula has termed his removal as Senate Minority Leader as a “mischievous” plot hatched by the National Super Alliance affiliate Party, ODM. While making his speech in the Senate on Thursday afternoon, a visibly shattered Mr Wetangula accused ODM Senators of holding secret meetings to orchestrate his ouster. A call to eject Mr Wetangula as the Senate Minority Leader was presented to Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka by ODM Senators on Thursday, March 15. [PHOTO | FILE]

Ford Kenya top brass led by Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula have been accused of running the party as a private entity ignoring party officials and their input while addressing matters affecting the party.

Speaking to Citizen Digital on Tuesday morning, Migori County Ford Kenya party chairperson Samuel Odhiambo Migore said that Wetangula, in collision with other top party leaders allied to him, are using their positions to undermining junior officials in the party.

According Migore, some post in the National Executive Council were given to individuals as rewards without involving the party delegates from across the country as per their party’s Constitution.

He further  said that the party delegates have neither had any meeting with the party leader nor the National Executive Council for the last three years to address pending issues.

Migore accused Wetangula of failing to recognize the county leadership, especially in Nyanza region, despite enjoying a good backing from them.


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