Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala, a close ally of Musalia Mudavadi and now deputy president William Ruto, has claimed that yesterday he was called from the state house to go collect money so that he can ditch Musalia Mudavadi.
He claimed that the caller urged him to shift to Raila's camp in an exchange for money, however, he alleged that he told him off maintaining that he is not ready to ditch Mudavadi and will not betray him whatsoever.
Malala further claimed that currently, the state house operatives are calling every parliamentarian allied to Mudavadi trying to give them offers for them to ditch Mudavadi, he however warned that they will not succeed.
This follows a state house meeting between president Uhuru Kenyatta and a section of leaders drawn from the Western Kenya region who are being perceived as supporters of Orange Democratic Movement party boss Raila Odinga's presidential bid. Watch video: https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1486310319454670852?t=EeYX47JODQ2R1PggKbiLMg&s=19
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