Mumias East member of parliament has left Kenyans talking following his latest sentiments in which he accused Kakamega Senator for being a mole in the Kenya Kwanza camp. Benjamin Washiali claimed that Malala was sent and is there to scuttle coalitions talks through the demands which he issued recently.
Cleophas Malala recently issued demands that the deputy president's position must be reserved for Musalia Mudavadi if they were to form a coalition. This came as a reaction to Rigathi Gachagua's statement in which he claimed that Ruto's deputy will come from Mt Kenya region and it was not negotiable.
However, the latest developments in which senator Malala has been accused of being a mole within the Kenya Kwanza further complicates the power sharing matrix .It is worth noting that Malala was the one credited for charting Musalia and DP Ruto's earthquaking union .
Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans ti Washiali's allegations.
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