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What Cleophas Malala Said About Raila's Protests Amidst Handshake Allegations

Photo courtesy of UDA party Secretary-General Cleophas Malala in the past event.

The United Democratic Alliance Party Secretary-general deemed Raila Odinga's planned protests are aiming for a handshake with the government.

Cleophas Malala was speaking on KBC television where he gave the United Democratic Alliance Party directives as it aims to become the only National political club in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

Consequently, President William Ruto-affiliated party Secretary-general said that the government is not ready and is unwilling to have any handshake with the opposition camp.

He termed the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance demonstrations as blackmail and is seeking their self-political interest. Perhaps, Malala responded to the massive mass action planned by former Prime minister Raila Odinga in the Opposition team.

The ODM leader had given several demands to be met by President William Ruto within 14 days before they take a tough decision. However, the given period is set to end this week and there has been a spat of words between the government and the opposition team over a couple of days.

Despite the aggressive demands from the opposition team, the Kenya Kwanza administration led by the president said they are not afraid of the threats.

Additionally, the former Prime minister had cleared the air saying that he is not interested in the alleged handshake but he is seeking truth and justice for all Kenyans.

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