Senator Cleophas Malala has said that he will be ready to follow his party leader Musalia Mudavadi whether he joins Deputy President William Ruto or the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja ahead of the August 9 elections.
According to the Kakamega Senator in his interview with NTV, this will happen if OKA collapses, or the principals in that alliance do not settle on Mudavadi as their suitable flag bearer.
He went on to say that he will be like Suna East MP Junet Mohammed who has been following his party leader Mr. Odinga in every political step he takes, as he will not be left behind or go against Mudavadi.
"I only have one option if OKA does not democratically settle on Mudavadi as the suitable candidate, that is, I will follow him early in the morning to Azimio, and if he decides to join UDA, I will arrive there before him," said Malala.
His remarks comes after Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja gave the same response that he will follow the former finance CS to wherever political divide he will go, since he is a leader whose political decisions can be trusted for the sake of the country.
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