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Kakamega's Senator Cleophas Malala has promised to offer lucrative job to his opponents in the Kakamega Gubernatorial race in 2022 General elections.
Malala who has been advocating for ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi presidency will face United Democratic Alliance Party flagbearer Boni Khalwale,Kakamega's Deputy Governor Savula and Dr Philip Kutima in the race for Kakamega County top seat.
Malala has promised to employ Boni Khalwale as a doctor, Khutima Philip as County researchers and Savula as the County's revenue officer.
"Nikichukua kiti cha Ugavana, nitaajiri @KBonimtetezi kama daktari, @kutima_philip kama mtafiti wa kaunti, Savula kama mwanahabari na Barasa kama revenue officer.You will all be accommodated in my government nt. (When I win the Gubernatorial seat, I will employ Boni Khalwale as a doctor, Philip Kutima as the County's research officer and Savula as the County's revenue officer ", Senator Cleophas Malala stated.
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