- He says Azimio has no track record.
The Kagamega Senator Hon Cleophas Malala has delivered a heartbreaking message to the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya over western Kenya supports.
He was speaking this at a rally of Kenya Kwanza Alliance at Unwise to in Kagamega County.
Malala, who is allied to Dp Ruto say selling Azimio la Umoja in Western Kenya is akin to selling pork in Saudi Arabia because they have no tangible track record on what they have done for the western on matters development.
He claims that the Azimio La Umoja has no clear plans on how they will empower the region beyond 2022.
Malala drummed up support for Kenya Kwanza Alliance saying is the only one with a track record and a verifiable plan on how Western shall grow.
"Choose Kenya Kwanza leaders starting with William Samoe Ruto (President), Cleophas Malalah (Governor) and Dr Boni Khalwale (Senator). Let's make Kakamega work." He said.
Malala details that Azimio should tell Western the progressive plans they have for the people of western region before they ask for their votes.
"Kenya Kwanza Alliance assures western Kenya of a 30% Equitable share of the national cake in all aspects. That is the path our people."
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