The OKA leaders toured Bungoma region yesterday to popularise their manifesto for 2022 elections. The event that was led by Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka,Moses Wetangula, Musalia Mudavadi and Cleophas Malala saw thousands attending their rallies.
During the rally, Kakamega senator Cleophas attacked Raila while urging the residents to support OKA.
Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has reprimanded Malala and Mudavadi for their continuous attack on ODM leader.
"Every time they see a crowd even in a funeral, Musalia Mudavadi and his sidekick Cleophas Malala never miss an opportunity to take a snide at Raila Odinga. In training their guns exclusively in Baba,whose brief is Musalia and Malala holding? Who is calling their tune?
Some people have argued that someone might be triggering Malala's hard stand against Raila.
Kenyans have reacted differently to lawyer's pos.
"Malala is the future of western politics.He should not be forced to support a candidate he believes doesn't mean well for this country."
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