In Summary:

In Summary:
1.  Westland member of Parliament Tim Wanyonyi promises never to work with his brother Moses Wetangula in politics. 
2. The member of National Assembly is Eying for Nairobi Gubernatorial seat 2022 General Elections.

Wetlands Member of Parliament Tim Wanyonyi promises no grounds will place him with his brother Moses Wetangula to work together.

Interview at Radio Maisha

Speaking on an interview at Radio Maisha Hon. Tim Wanyonyi opened up how the two manage their brotherhood relationship. Moses Wetangula is the Ford Kenya party leader while Tim is a member of ODM Party.

The two parties don’t serve the same interests. Heading to the 2022 General Elections, the two parties ODM and Ford Kenya are allied to different coalition. That places the two on different tables as political rivals.

It also applies to the two political leaders Tim Wanyonyi and Moses Wetangula. Currently Tim Wanyonyi is a member of Azimio La Umoja. He supports Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga for presidency while Wetangula supports William Ruto under the Kenya Kwanza Coalition.

How they manage Brother relationship

On the issue of brotherhood, Hon. Tim Wanyonyi stated how the two put their political differences when at home. That is what has kept them together for a long time. Insisting on the statement of politics Hon Wanyonyi emphasised, “Moses Wetangula is just but my brother and that is all. We will never work together since he is in Ford Kenya and I will never be a member of Ford Kenya. “

Nairobi Gubernatorial contest

The member of National Assembly is Eying for the Gubernatorial seat in the 2022 General Elections. He requests all residents in Nairobi to vote him in as the next governor. He made promises that he will ensure they are fulfilled in the first term of leadership.

  1. Transform Nairobi.
  2. Solve the vehicle commotion in the city.
  3. Help the vulnerable.
  4. Restore the Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) to the County government.
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