Malala Reveals Why They Held a Big Rally in Kabuchai
By Hediditall | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
The Kakamega senator Hon. Cleophas Malala has come out to say that the DP has started planting himself in the Western region and it is time for them to go back to their people. This is the reason why the four top leaders camped in Kabuchai constitutency to drum their support for the Ford Kenya candidate Mr. Majimbo.
This comes at the time when the date for the for the by election is drawing near. The DP allied UDA party seems to be thr closest contestors in bith the Matungu and Kabuchai by elections. This is becuse he has been making several visits to the area and making grass root friendship with other leaders and people at the grass root level.
This according to senator Malala called for the Western leaders led by the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi to return and try to rally their people in one direction. This will be a big blow to the DP in case his candidates lose in both the parliamentary seats in Matungu and Kabuchai.
This means the DP may be having hard times ahead since he had put a lot of time and resources in the area.
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