Photo: Senator Cleophas Malala
The pressure for dissolution of One Kenya Alliance (OKA) has been heightened if its end game will be supporting Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader, Raila Odinga.
While speaking to the Star, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala said there was no need to continue with OKA when it is known will end endorsing Odinga's presidency.
Malala is suspicious of why Odinga has been invited to Wiper Party National Delegates Conference (NDC) perhaps is what he referred is from a 'Rival party' which is OKA opponent.
“If One Kenya Alliance principals are a branch of Raila's team, then we should dissolve the formation and look for other friends,” Malala said as published by The Star
The vocal Senator argued they should therefore fold the coalition (OKA) and start engaging with other people 'Friends'
In the event expected to endorse Kalonzo as Wiper Party flagbearer, Malala has drawn the lines and says he will not attend if Raila Odinga will be in attendance.
As this was published, This Writer has established ODM’s Raila Odinga has been invited to Wiper’s NDC.
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