Just In: Cleophas Malala Ousted as Deputy Minority Leader
By Hassan_Ke | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 13 views
Kakamega senator has faced the wrath of NASA senators. He has been ejected from the position of senate deputy minority leader. This after a meeting that was called by siaya senator, James orengo bore fruits. The parliamentary group meeting bore after senators voted in favour of Malala expulsion.
In the meeting it's presumed that utmost 28 senators attended.
His position has been taken by kilifi senator, Stewart madzayo. Malala has been ejected due to various reasons. He collided with ODM during the matungu by election which saw nabulindo of ANC elected as the member of parliament. ANC suffers in NASA after being stripped off powers from senate.
Earlier on it was speculated that taita taveta senator will succeed Malala which is not the case
Separation in NASA gives deputy president strength because he can easily clinch the top seat. NASA continues to separate as two alliances arise from NASA. One with kalonzo, mudavadi, Wetangula and moi and the other with Raila.
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