KEN LUSAKA now desperately begs UHURU for a job after losing his Governor’s seat

Sunday August 13, 2017-Outgoing Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka has asked President Uhuru Kenyatta for a job after losing his seat in the just concluded General Election.

Speaking at Bomas of Kenya moments before Uhuru was declared President, Lusaka, who was the Jubilee point-man in Western Kenya, Lusaka demanded to be acknowledged by Uhuru for the work he did for Jubilee that ensured he garnered many votes in the region that was perceived to be NASA stronghold.


He noted that he deserves credit for delivering many votes to Uhuru’s basket.

“Despite Bungoma being the home to NASA co-principal Moses Wetangula, I delivered a resounding victory,” Lusaka said.

Lusaka, vying on Jubilee Party ticket, was defeated by Ford Kenya’s Wycliffe Wangamati for the Bungoma Governorship.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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