Welcome to my political news updates in Kenya. A few days ago,former Kakamega county Senator Cleophas Malala surprised many Kenyans with his claims requesting ANC and Ford Kenya parties to merge with UDA to form one party.The claims did not go well with some top politicians including national government speaker Moses Masika Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi.
Mudavadi was the first one to refuse the idea claiming that Kenya is a democratic nation and merging parties will only kill the democracy. On his part,Moses Wetangula was categorically clear that they can not merge parties.
Cleophas Malala has now stated that if the two does not want to merge their parties with UDA, they will not be forced to do so.It was just a request and everyone has a right to make a decision that deems good for them.Malala is currently the general secretary of UDA and has been dislodging his duties well so far.
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