Just two days after suggesting that he was quiting active politics, Former Eldoret South MP David Koros has joined
KANU sighting frustration in the
concluded URP nominations.
Campaign rally held at Cheptiret Centre today
by Amani Coalition Presidential Candidate Musalia Mudavadi, Koros vowed to beat URP
nominee for the Kesses Parliamentary seat,
James Bett, saying he is a
“foreigner who has no business
vying for the seat”.
Koros who lost to Bett
asked for mass movement of
the Kesses community to
KANU following the suffocation of democracy witnessed in URP Primaries.
Former Councillor Paul Murei, said the
decision to reject Bett was
because he was not the people’s
choice but was instead “forced on
us by William Rutto and his party”.
David Koros who was the most
popular candidate for the Parliamentary seat
thanked the community for voting
for him saying though he lost there
was still hope ahead as he will be on the ballot through KANU which is a member of Amani Coalition.
In attendance were among others Amani coalition running mate Jeremiah Kioni, KANU Secretary General Nick Salat and immediate Former MP’s allied to the coalition.