Here we are neither talking of any issue to do with BBI nor 2022 heating politics, instead, we are talking of the issues to do with the wrangles within the NASA coalition which made the ODM led by Raila Odinga to oust Senator Cleophas Malala as the Senate deputy minority leader.
Just according to fresh news emerging right now, the political parties dispute tribunal has issued an order to reinstate the Kakamega County Senator as the Senate Deputy minority leader until the case is heard and determined.
Most Kenyans are now more aware of what is currently going on between the ODM party leader Raila Odinga and his fellow NASA principals.
He no longer has that good relationship with them and had even made a declaration that he will not be able to endorse any of them for the country's top seat come 2022.
The shaky relationship between Raila and his fellow NASA principals had also led to the removal of other leaders allied to the likes of Kalonzo, Mudavadi, and Wetangula being shown the exit door of taking top government roles in the legislative house.
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