The Kenya kwanza Alliance Gubernatorial Candidate for Kakamega in the forthcoming august Elections, Senator Cleophas Malala has now left many talking after his latest decision to drop the images of the DP William Ruto from his Campaign posters.
This is visible on the latest Campaign poster that the Senator has shared in his social media accounts. In his latest poster, Malala is spotted with the Western Kenya Political heavyweights, the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula, the Ford-Kenya party leader.
Previously, Malala who is the Kenya kwanza Candidate for the Kakamega Governor seat, included the images of DP William Ruto and Mudavadi in his campaign posters but as of now, it seems like things have changed.
The DP William Ruto played a key role in Malala's candidature for the Kakamega Governor seat, after holding talks between him (Malala) and former Senator Bonny Khalwale who was also aspiring for the seat.
Khalwale after the talks agreed to contest for senate and let Malala go for the Governor's post.
Malala has removed the DP's images just a day after requesting Ruto to keep off the Western Kenya Politics.
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