Having a mother is a beautiful thing since when someone goes through difficult time,it is always the mum that comes to the rescue first.Today in Kakamega an angry mother to Malala has expressed her bitterness towards those who are fighting his son since she castigates that it is politically planned.Cleophas Malala who lost to Barasa in the Kakamega Gubernatorial race,has been raided at his home by the Directior of Criminal Investigations officers after it was alleged that he assaulted Joseph Oyolo.The DCI Officers who seem to have raided Malala's home are reported to be about 40 and they broke into his home through the main gate.Malala's mother said,"Fernandes Barasa already won as Kakamega Governor let him relax.This is unfair,you cannot torture my son like this,he is not a criminal so leave him alone."The police officers who seem to have accessed Malala's home are reported to be in plain clothes and a Senoir officer reports that police officers will never come to your home when their is nothing linked to you.Malala's mother seem to blame Barasa for the misery that has befallen his son.Please share and follow me for more news.
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