Cleo Malala. Photo courtesy.
Mumias sugar company revival case is taking different direction in Kakamega county. Since the withdrawal of a potential investor who was planning to rescue the dead factory, Things are not the same anymore. Residents have turned to demonstrations as Away of airing their frustrations to their leaders. Leaders tht they're claiming to be stabling block in the revival of the factory.
Well, few days ago. Kakamega Senator Honerable Cleophas Malala encountered angry mob while attending afuneral ceremony in Butere constituency. He was attacked by youths, who forced him to flee for to safety. They accused him of frustrating the investor who was their hope on Mumias sugar company revival. They told him to rescue himself from the whole issue and allow the real farmers to negotiate with investors.
Today, demonstrations has rocked Mumias town with Youths carrying plackcard demanding that Senator Malala stops associating himself with Mumias sugar company. They're pleading with him to stop politicising the revival plan now. Demonstrators are being led by former sports cabinet secretary Honerable Rashid Echesa.
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