Photo courtesy: Cleophas Malala.
Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala is undoubtedly one of the most vocal Western Kenya politicians. He started being popular in Kenya's political arena from the time he was serving as a Member of the County Assembly (MCA) in the same county.
Recently, he has been making headlines because of his constant attacks on Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. For so long he has maintained that it will be a must for his Party leader Musalia Mudavadi to run for the country's presidential seat.
Today, Malala accompanied Kenya Kwanza Alliance principals, Deputy President Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula to Western Kenya where they addressed people at different venues.
Malala has reacted to the attack. He told Sifuna that no Luhya would vote for Raila Odinga in the forthcoming general elections.
"Ambia Raila, kura ya mluhya nayo asahau... Hatumpigi kura ng'ooo!!! Raundi hii, tumechanuka.Tuko na hustler na madvd na Weta.Na hakuna chênye mtafanya" He replied to the tweet.
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