Controversial Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has come out to warn ODM politicians ahead of the 2022 general elections.
While speaking on Saturday, the Mudavadi ally said that he will arrest any politician who will try to sell ODM agenda in the region.
He compared selling ODM in the region to selling the illegal narcotic marijuana, arguing that this alone would be enough to put the politician behind bars.
"If you come here to sell bhang, you know ODM is like bhang, we will arrest you," Malala declared.
The Senator declared that the Amani National Congress (ANC) was the only genuine party in the region, and that all other parties were not permitted.
Malalah stated that selling ODM in Musalia Mudavadi's strongholds was like selling pig in Saudi Arabia, and that it should be put to the list of "1000 ways to die" in a public post uploaded on his page.
Malala was responding to remarks made by Shinyalu MP Justus Kizito, who attempted to advocate for Raila Odinga's political party.
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