The political muscles continue taking the country with speed. Today Musalia Mudavadi had a tough time in Mt Kenya after Meru leaders never showed up to welcome him. Senator Cleophas Malala was forced to welcome the presidential candidate that they traveled with him.
Despite the Humiliating reception Cleophas Malala lectured Meru residents where he warned them. According to Malala warned Meru residents over electing DP William Ruto or Raila Odinga stating they won't help them. He said it is only Musalia Mudavadi who will ensure that there miraa is transported by a chopper and not wheelbarrow.
"Watu wa Meru County, itabidi mchague kupeleka Miraa sokoni mkitumia ndege, pick-up au wheelbarrow."
"Throwing insults at respectable people on a public platform is unwarranted! Your anger is misdirected & it serves no positive purpose. Get a punching bag & take care of your health!" Senator Malala who wants to be Kakamega Governor will be facing UDA party supporter Boni Khalwale on the ballot.
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