Gabriel Oguda is surprised by Cleophas Malala's bravery. He alleges Malala was courageous enough to school the Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka over inviting Raila Odinga to the National Delegates Conference of Wiper party which was held on 25th November at Kasarani stadium.
According to Malala, Odinga was not supposed to be invited to the event. He holds that Musalia Mudavadi has been supporting Raila over years and it's now Raila's time to back up Mudavadi fully.
To Malala, Raila's invitation into the event possibly gives him mileage that OKA is trying to establish through its principals.
Speaking in Bungoma, the Kakamega senator has promised to work closely with Mudavadi and lockup the Western region in the OKA tent.
" OKA were in Bungoma today. You should see Kalonzo Musyoka keeping his cool as Cleophas Malala lectured him on why he invited Raila Odinga to the Wiper NDC yesterday. Kumbe the guy can be brave when a Subaru Outback isn't in sight? You learn a new thing everyday." Oguda alleged.
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