Former Kanduyi Member of Parliament Wafula Wamunyinyi has made his first public appearance since losing an election in August.
Wamunyinyi was speaking at NG-CDF Kanduyi offices on Tuesday, when he handed over the office to John Makali.
“This is a sign of maturity (handing over). I officially hand over to my good friend and lawyer and wish him well,” he said.
The DAP-K party leader has served as MP for 20 years.
He first joined parliament in 1997, floored in 2007 by Alfred Khang’ati before making a comeback in 2013.
“It’s a great honour to be MP for Kanduyi. I am more than grateful to you than you’ll ever know…. I will be around to offer my support to the new administration because their success is success for Kanduyi,” Wamunyinyi said.
On his part, Makali expressed his admiration for Wamunyinyi, terming him a worthy opponent.
He appealled for reconciliation between two factions, in order for him to deliver.
“Politics is over,” Makali said, adding, “now we have neither DAP-K nor Ford Kenya, but Kanduyi Constituency.”
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