Kakamega gubernatorial aspirant senator Cleophas Malala, a close ally of Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi, has today unveiled expensive vehicles that he intends to use for his 2022 campaigns and popularization of their ANC party.
According to the pictures the vocal senator has shared on his social media pages, he has acquired and branded two expensive vehicles with his name "Cleo" the short form of Cleophas Malala, there are also three more high end unbranded vehicles the senator will be using for the campaigns.
Kenyans who reacted to the vehicles have wondered where he has gotten the money to buy such expensive vehicles, some speculated that the senator is Ruto's project in the western region. Others lauded him for being ready for the campaigns while others poured cold water on his ambition stating that he can not win the seat.
Those who questioned his source of wealth based their arguments on the fact that Malala has not stayed in politics since he got elected as member of the national assembly in Kakamega county. Below are some of the comments.
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