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Musalia Can't Beat Kalonzo In Numbers; Edwin Sifuna Reduces ANC Into A Lesser Party Village (Video)

Orange Democratic movement party secretary general Edwin Sifuna has today deconstructed the Kakamega county senator Cleophas Malala and his Amani national Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi for thinking that they have numbers that can make him the president in August.

Speaking at citizen tv today, Sifuna said that Malala is always contradicting himself everyday in rallies and thus makes him irrelevant in politics. He however thanked Malala for acknowledging the fact that orange Democratic movement party enjoys about 70% of the total votes in Western Region.

"I can tell you that these ANC people are like lot's wife. The same ideas they used to fight us in NASA are the same ones they are using to fight each other at one Kenya alliance. But I thank my colleague for acknowledging that ODM enjoys about 70% of the western support. It is not because w are being told to follow Raila but we as luhya follow strength, Vision and ambitions, we cannot just follow you because we were born together," he said.

He went ahead to say that on a neutral ground, when both (Musalia and Kalonzo) are put together, Musalia cannot beat Kalonzo in numbers and that is more of referring to ANC as a village party with no support base apart from Mudavadi's home village.

"There is nothing that puts Mudavadi in front of Kalonzo to vie for presidency with OKA. Even with his much hyped earthquake on 23rd, Mudavadi cannot beat Kalonzo in numbers when put together and thus I want to tell you that without blinking, he will not be the president of Kenya in 2022," Sifuna said.

Sifuna was speaking during an interview session with citizen tv where Malala and former Nairobi county speaker Beatrice Elachi were also present at the house. Mudavadi us expected to launch his presidency on 23rd where he said it will be like an earthquake in the country.

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