In the last general election, Boni Khalwale was among the top leaders who supported Raila Odinga under the NASA coalition. He support the former Prime Minister fully but that changed when Boni Khalwale decided to cross camps and joined Deputy President William Ruto's TangaTanga camp.
From that time, Boni Khalwale has been throwing all kinds of attacks to Raila Odinga and his team but today, he raised speculations high as he publicly met with the ODM party leader Raila Odinga's man Professor Philip Kutima.
Account to Boni Khalwale through his official twitter account, he met Kutima and a host of MCAs but it was not in a meeting that reflected anything to do with the 2022 general election. They only met in a burial ceremony of Timothy who was the former chairman of the defunct Kakamega County Council.
"Timothy Sembeya, former chairman of the defunct Kakamega County Council was today laid to rest in Kongoni in Likuyani in Kakamega County. Together with Prof Kutima, Deputy Governor, and a host of MCAs, joined family & friends to give my last respects. RIP mukhongo." Tweeted Boni Khalwale.
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