Hon. Malala (photo courtesy)
The Kakamega senator honorable Cleophas Malala has emerged with a warning message to all political leaders. Honorable Malala has been among the top leaders who have been fighting for the Mumias factory. His firm stand on the Mumias factory has been creating division among the leaders from the region.
Today, honorable Malala Cleophas has claimed that several investors have shown interest. According to him, all investors are welcomed with only one condition. For them to take Mumias, they should be able to table their thoughts and transparency to be observed.
Mumias factory went to its knees after high-ranked leaders and the management siphoned farmers' money. All farmer who was depending on the factory direct and indirectly were left in cold.
As Malala delivers hope for the factory, all political leaders should unite and embrace the decision to revive Mumias because is the only factory that could create employment for thousands of Kenyans from the region.
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