The political season is on in Kenya and preparations are underway ahead of the next year's general election slated for August 2022.
Campaigns are all ove and leaders eyeing elective positions are out to mobilize Kenyans to support their bids for various elective seats.
Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala has called on three powerful Cabinet Secretaries (CS') to step aside after being involved with Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Malala has called on Interior CS Fred Matiang'i and CS Eugine Wamalwa and CS Mutahi Kagwe to step aside for being involved in the campaigns of Raila Odinga who os eyeing the presidency in 2022 alongside other candidates.
"Cabinet Secretaries Hon. @FredMatiangi, Hon. @EugeneLWamalwa and @MOH_Kenya CS Hon. Mutahi Kagwe should step aside from their positions for directly participating in the campaigns of @RailaOdinga, a political candidate in the forthcoming 2022 elections whilst still in office," Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala said.
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