Cleophas Malala is not a new name in Kenya's present political terrain, the name bearer has been making news headlines thanks to his controversial mission.
Malala is pushing for reforms in the ruling party proposing among other things the folding of affiliate parties in favour of UDA party.Before his appointment as UDA secretary-general, the former law maker was a member of Amani National Congress (ANC) party, why and when did he resign from Mudavadi-led party?
In a recent media discourse, Cleophas disclosed that he resigned from ANC party immediately his Kakamega gubernatorial bid struck a dead spot.The firebrand was among those who wanted to succeed Wycliffe Oparanya whose decade long tenure had lapsed. Malala further revealed that despite of him missing target, he was anticipating a state job for the self-praised chief hustler had outscored his erstwhile political master.
Cleophas was looking forward to either occupy executive office but hitherto he has missed chance in the cabinet, parliament and other governmental parastals. Ex-senator is among the few remaining poll losers allied to Ruto who haven't gotten a pie of Kenya Kwanza pie.
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