The Kakamega county senator Honourable Malala has left his audience in stitches after his remarks cuts across the air. Malala who was Speak Ng during the Kenya Kwanza rally where they are in a serious vote hunt, took a swipe at the head of the nation His Excellence president Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta.
He Vowed to arrest the president once the deputy president His Excellence William Samoei Ruto Wins the August battle against the former prime minister Raila Odinga who still remains to be the tough competitor.
As reported by the reliable source, Mutembei TV, Kakamega county senator Honourable Malala said that he will arrest president Uhuru Kenyatta after the deputy president wins the election and become the fifth president of Kenya then appoints him as the interior cabinet secretary.
His sentiments seem to have unpleased netizens who then later reacted differently on his claims as some warn him to watch his words and conduct a peaceful Campaigns ahead of the August general election.
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