ANC member Cleophas Malala has now spoken on what Amanu national Congress will discuss today in the national delegation meeting. The meeting which is yet to start is much hyped as earthquake to the country. Malala who was speaking to KTN news said alot will be discussed.
We are allowing the party leader to go and look for like minded people to form coalition with. We are not limited to which friend to join. It's either Raila or Ruto. Malala was responding to a question if they will officially ratify workability formula with the deputy president.
He said among the agendas to be discussed is ratifying the secretary general if the party. The current is in acting capacity. They will also officially appoint the five deputy party leaders for the party. Among them is the NYAMIRA county governor Amos Nyaribo who Mudavadi endorsed in Nyamira last week.
Malala said the former prime minister was not invited and if he appears he won't be allowed into the building. We wish them all the best. Thanks
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