New details have emerged on Kakamega's Senator Cleophas Malala Plans with his Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi. Of late Cleophas Malala has been campaigning for Musalia Mudavadi ahead of the 2022 General elections.
Increased campaigns by Malala has been even been intensified after Mudavadi's signal that he was going to the ballot alone and not via One Kenya Alliance.
Despite his campaigns, Malala has been alledgeddly accused to be a project of Deputy President William Ruto and he is not concerned with Mudavadi's presidential aspirations but his Kakamega Gubernatorial seat.
These information were from Nominated Member of Parliament Godfrey Osoti who warned Mudavadi that Cleophas Malala was an mole of DP Ruto.
"Nominated MP Godfrey Osotsi warns Musalia Mudavadi to be wary Cleophas Malala claiming Malala is a Ruto mole in ANC. He says Malala is only interested in winning Kakamega Governor in 2022 and doesn't care care about Musalia's presidency", reads a statement from Journalist Gabriel Oguda.
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