Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala. Photo courtesy.
Vocal Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala, a close ally of Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi, has sent a stern warning to former prime minister Raila Odinga for allegedly calling Mudavadi every night.
According to Malala, Raila has been calling Mudavadi trying to beg him to support his presidential bid, he wondered why Raila would keep reaching out to the One Kenya Alliance principal yet they always claim he is unpopular and can not win the presidency.
Malala further maintained that they will not support Raila's Presidential bid no matter what, he stated that they are keen on winning the presidency.
This comes amid allegations by One Kenya Alliance Principals and politicians that they are being forced by powerful state machineries to support Raila, they have however maintained that no amount of threats or intimidation will make them bow to pressure. Watch senator Malala here Video: https://twitter.com/Cleophasmalala/status/1462363416715268096?t=R-ZxBf2aQ6xGjISpzbEj1Q&s=19
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