Both the Kakamega county Senator Hon Clephas Malala and the former Senator of Kakamega county Dr Boni Khalwale have declared their interest in the Kakamega county gubernatorial candidacy, a move that has led to mixed reactions in the country.
Photo of the Kakamega county Member of Parliament Hon Clephas Malala.
Boni Khalwale therefore spoken on his relationship with the Kakamega county Senator Clephas Malala hinting on possibly working together ahead of the August polls.
On his twitter platform, Boni Khalwale stated that if the United Democratic Alliance party and the Amani National Congress party leaders can possibly work together, then the Kakamega county gubernatorial candidates (Khalwale and Malala) can possibly do the same.
The Former Kakamega county Senator further stated that they are happy that the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's UDA Party and the Hon Musalia Mudavadi led ANC party are working in synergy ahead of the August general elections.
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