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What Malala Said About Giving Up on Kalonzo and Gideon Moi After They Walked Out of Bomas

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has revealed they are not ready to give up on Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU Chairman Gideon Moi after they walked out of Musalia Mudavadi’s function.

Malala said the leaders need to put Kenya first adding the door to working together is still open as he hinted that Mudavadi will talk to them.

Malala was speaking at the Bomas of Kenya after the two One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals walked out of Mudavadi’s event when Deputy President William Ruto and Tangatanga politicians walked in.

The Senator in reaction said ANC will persuade Kalonzo and Gideon to join them and work together ahead of the presidential elections.

During the event, DP Ruto also said he will work together with Mudavadi-led ANC party which might make it hard for Musalia to try and convince the two to join them.

“We need to put Kenya first, I am sure Musalia Mudavadi will talk to them so that we can build one Kenya together. They are our brothers and we have been in One Kenya Alliance together, we are going to persuade them. We as youths, we are going to talk to them,” said Malala.

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