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"Malala Can Tell us What A Village Party Looks Like" Oscar Sudi Makes Damaging Comment on ANC Party

Being deputy president of Dr William Ruto's Ally, kapseret member of Parliament Hon Oscar Sudi has once more reiterated what his boss (Ruto) has been saying that ANC is a small village party with no national outlook. While at it, the controversial lawmaker released a video clip of Kakamega County senator Cleophas Malala trashing ANC as a village and ethnic-based party with top leadership positions all given to luhyas. Watch the video using the link below.

This comes a day after Ruto termed the newly one Kenya Alliance as an ethnic grouping meant to divide Kenya. According to Ruto, the parties which have coined the alliance are only able to field in candidates at their respective ethnic regions. At one point Ruto challenged ANC, Ford Kenya to field in a candidate in any other parts of the country apart from Western Kenya and ukambani respectively to see if they will win.

"I have always said that ANC, Ford Kenya ate village parties limited to Bungoma and Vihiga counties. Ford Kenya in particular can not even field a candidate outside the Kabuchai constituency. ANC on the other hand cannot operate outside Vihiga County," Ruto was quoted saying in an interview with jalango TV yesterday.

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ANC Party Kakamega Kenya Alliance Oscar Sudi Ruto


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