Kakamega county senator Cleophas Malala's removal as the Sanate Deputy Minority Leader has continued to raise concerns from various political leaders across the country.
Malala was earlier today ousted from being the senate deputy minority leader by NASA senators citing disrespect and immaturity.
Photo courtesy: Sen Cleophas Malala.
Amani National Congress party lead by Musalia Mudavadi, has not been left out in condemning the move. The party says that Malala's oust had a link to the Matungu by-election where Malala was actively involved.
Meanwhile, ODM party secretary general Edwin Sifuna on his twitter account termed party officials as jokers, the reason being that the same party had earlier expelled Malala.
" You tried to behead the guy and now you are crying because we took away his shoes, Jokers," twitted Sifuna.
Image courtesy: Edwin Sifuna.
Amani National Congress Governing body, had earlier expelled Malala from the party citing that Malala had indiscipline issues in November last year.
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