Vocal Kakamega Senator Cleophas Wakhungu Malala was conspicuously at the steering wheel when the political truce between Amani National Congress Party Leader led by Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi and United Democratic Alliance party led by Deputy President William Samoei Ruto was being brokered.This came as what was commonly referred to as "earthquake".
Malala is the Gubernatorial aspirant of Kakamega County under the ANC Party which is an affiliate under the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Of late, Malala has been heard decrying the kind of response he is receiving in the vast Kakamega county while selling his Gubernatorial bid as well as his presidential candidate, William Samoei Ruto. Allegedly,the ground seems to be so slippery to the vocal senator as anti-Ruto slogans do rock his rallies in various instances.
And now,in what can be described as a sudden about-turn towards DP Ruto's presidential bid, Malala is now reported to have dropped DP Ruto's image from his posters.
What does this above move depict? It brings a scenario whereby the Senator is trying to publicly confess that Kakamega county is seemingly anti-Ruto and being persistent with the bottom-up gospel could cost him dearly the Gubernatorial seat that he is so yearning to get.
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