The Kakamega Senator honorable Malala who is a strong and vocal member of the ANC party, have recently been seen at longer head with other party officials. It is less than two weeks since the Wiper leader told him to decist from talking about the national issues on matters OKA, the former Vice President explained that Mr. Malala is still young and doesn't know what a coalition is and challenging him not to destroy the good plans the new coalition is having. He urged him to join UDA if a tall he is not satisfied with the plan and programs of the new movement.
In their own party, the senator has accused and attacked the Lugari legislature Mr. Ayub Savula of spreading fake rumours about ANC to the national media, he added that Mr. Savula has been pretending to be the deputy party leader which is not the case, and clarifying that their Facebook page is being handled by Mr. Atambo a former work mate to Mr. Savula, hence they take this as an advantage and misusing the party machineries.
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