When Senator Boni Kwalwale claimed to have met with Raila Odinga at the funeral for Kakamega Governor Fernandes Baraza's mother, Kakamega deputy governor HE Ayub Savula struck back at him, saying he was upset with him.
Ayub Savula claims that the Kakamega County shamed him for posting such fabrications about Hon. Raila Odinga, the former prime minister of Kenya.
"I had a meeting with the Azimio CEO today.
frustrated with me. However, I chose to ignore him and gladly continued to meet and make small talk with Kalonzo Musyoka ". remarked Senator Boni Kwalwale.
"I'm embarrassed for you, senator. Actually, you should act your age ". Tells Boni Kwalwale, Hon. Ayub Savula.
When it comes to criticizing the late Hon. Raila Odinga, both Kakamega political leaders have been outspoken and divisive. But it appears that Ayub Savula is evolving into a change agent.
Do you believe that Fernandes Baraza's running mate for 2027 should be the ODM party's deputy governor Ayub Savula?
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