Eugene Wamalwa Ditches Jubilee, Forms own Political Party

Photo; Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa /courtesy

Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Ludovic Wamalwa and his allies have formed a political party that is aimed at ushering him back to active politics.

Eugene’s ‘Democratic Action of Party Kenya’ (D.A.P.K) was given a provisional certificate by the registrar of political parties last week,2nd August.

The party’s leadership is composed of David Muchele who is the Chairperson, while Wamalwa’s personal assistant Kizito Temba is the Organizing Secretary of the party.

Wamalwa is expected to use the party as his bargaining tool in 2022.

Wamalwa used to lead the New Ford_Kenya party before he was appointed to cabinet in 2015 and the party consequently dissolved after being left in the hands of now senate speaker Kenneth Lusaka to form jubilee alliance.

This comes as Wamalwa asked the Mulembe nation to hold their horses in supporting any person for presidency saying it was too early to predict who will win.

“Let’s not be Hoodwinked and support anyone blindly ,because as the Mulembe people our numbers give us a vantage position to call shots on who will be the next president ,” He said .

Speaking at the Wamalwa Kijana secondary in Kanduyi ,he further said that it was evident that Kenyans will go for a referendum and new positions will be created and therefore asked leaders from the region to be more watchful.


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