The member of parliament for Malava Constituency Hon Malulu Injendi has asked the Kakamega governor Hon Fernandes Barasa to support president William Ruto’s administration for better developments in Kakamega county.
During his speech in games tournament at Kakamega, Hon. Malulu Injendi congratulated the Kakamega Governor Hon Fernandes Barasa for the good work he has done within the short period of three months that he has been in office.
Member of parliament Hon. Malulu Injendi vowed to work closely with his governor irregardless of their poltical party differences. Injendi made it clear to the congregation that he is a member of Amani National Congress (ANC) Party which is part of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) which forms Kenya Kwanza government while Kakamega governor is a member of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party which connects with Azimio coalition which is currently in the opposition.
Inorder for better fruits in Kakamega government, Hon. Malulu asked their boss to ditch Raila’s Azimio coalition and join UDA. He asked him to support William Ruto’s government just as they have stood with him as MPs despite differences in their parties.
Click the video below to watch Hon. Malulu Injendi’s speech
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