Kakamege Youth and Members of County Assembly have sent message to ODM leader Raila Odinga days after Malala was Ouster as Senate Deputy Minority Whip.
In a short clip shared online by the Senator, Kakamege MCAs have proved that they did not receive receive the move well. "We are really saddened by the move to remove malala from the powerful post. How can a youthful Mp be replaced with an Old man. For us who are still in NASA coalition, we want anything being done to be made clear. We have realized that some leaders are hungry for power." One of the MCAs has stated. To watch the clip, click on this link; https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2950486451850692
Malala was accused of being disloyal to NASA Co-Principles including Kalonzo Musyoka, Kakamege Governor Wycliffe Oparanya, Raila Odinga and Others. In a Twitter post, ODM Secretary General further mentioned that Malala had pending court issues including Robbery with Violence and Beating up IEBC Official.
According to Mudavadi, Malala was axed owing to the fact that he had Campaigned for ANC candidate in the recently concluded Matungu By-Elections.
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