Today will be marked as the historical day in the Western region. It was a big surprise to the Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi and his counterpart honorable Wetangula Moses of Ford Kenya. The two leaders have been left barefooted after the latest powerful message.
Four governors who ail from the Western region have anonymously endorsed COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli as the region Kingpin. According to region governors, Atwoli will help the region to negotiate favorable so that they will be in the next government.
This move has angered Kakamega senator honorable Cleophas Malala. Malala has warned all the four governors from undermining Musalia Mudavadi. According to Malala, Musalia Muddavadi has an equal chance to lead the nation because he has to want it takes more so, the leader should be the region Kingpin because he is vying for the top seat.
"Governors Oparanya, Otichilo, Wangamati, and Ojamong Must desist from undermining the leadership of Hon. Musalia Mudavadi in the Western region. We are focussed on the prize and we are not ready for any distractions." Disappointed Malala Cleophas added.
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