Cleophas Malala who is the current Kakamega senator has finally discloses that Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader hon Musalia Mudavadi would be willing to form a pact with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga ahead of the 2022 general elections.
He stated this while speaking in an interview on Monday evening, Senator Malala said that this to happen the Orange Democratic Movement party leader should give up his presidential ambitions and back Mudavadi for the country’s top seat.
Cleophas Malala stated that their main agenda in the current ongoing negotiation with other parties is for Musalia to be a flag bearer, but added they are also ready for further consultations.
"If DP Ruto will be willing to support Musalia and make him the president, I have no problem working with him. If Raila will decide to work with Musalia and endorse him, why should I not work with him?” Cleophas Malala stated.
Malala also urged the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals to allow the ANC to negotiate with its delegates in the forthcoming national delegates meeting on January 23 on the way forward before coming up with the formation on who will be the flag bearer.
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