It is time for campaigns when the politicians are promising what some of them will not actually deliver.Both camps are out to out do one another in the campaigns.Raila has been in Western Kenya to dilute Musalia's gains in the region.Musalia and Wetangula have been promised 30% of the Government slots in case they will deliver 70% from the region.The question remains what if they fail to deliver this.
As Musalia struggles for this,his ally Senator Cleophas Malala has been hitting the headlines for different reasons due to dissapointments.A few days ago,Malala warned Ruto to keep off Western Kenya politics.Later,the vocal senator removed Ruto's image from his campaign materials.
Just before he would settle,the senator was rebuked for his utterances against police officers who most of them guard him in his rallies.He claimed that the officers are not educated.This did not go well with Kenyans despite his apology.
The issue has now seen him exchange words with blogger Rober Alai who has now claimed that Malala never graduated in USIU.This is after Malala saying that University degree certificate resembles a circumcision certificate.
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