Kakamega Senator Hon Cleophas Wakhungu Malala has dropped a bombshell to the One Kenya Alliance (OKA). Malala who is a very close ally to the ANC Party leader Wyclife Musalia Mudavadi. He has revealed that if Mudavadi is denied a Presidential Ticket to State House. They will have NO option but walk their own Path.
Malala has stated that the OKA Principals must consider Mudavadi's Presidency. Because he has got all it takes to Clinch Power. He disclosed the Secret plan of the State using OKA as a stepping stone to make Raila Odinga the next President of the Republic of Kenya.
"There is a secret discussion Ongoing between the State and some of the OKA Principals. And the agenda is to make someone (Raila Odinga) who has been in Politics for the past 30 years. He has attempted Accessing Statehouse but unluckily he did not manage."
"Musalia Mudavadi merits to be our flag-bearer and if he will be denied this opportunity unfairly, sisi tutaenda mpaka kwa debe (we will go all the way to the Ballot)."
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