The minority leader in the senate has asked his NASA co-principals; Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka to back his bid.
“Without any fear of contradiction, I will be on the ballot in 2022 and am asking my brother Raila, my brother Kalonzo and my brother Mudavadi to let me try this horse this time,” Wetangula said.
“This does not preclude anybody else from asking me to support them because that is what politics is all about,” he added.
Speaking in Kisumu to teachers from the Western region, the Ford Kenya party leader asked the teachers to support him as he has what it takes to lead Kenya.
“I am reaching out to teachers to give me aristocrats to join my think tank and campaign team for Presidency in 2022,” he added.
He did however maintain that NASA remains united even as all the four parties seem to be fronting their own candidate for the general elections.
ODM has hinted at fielding Odinga one more time. The party chairman, John Mbadi says that the former Prime Minister is still the man to watch in 2022.
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