Kakamega gubernatorial race has taken a new direction following the latest statement that has been made by the top two gubernatorial contenders in the county. This is after information that was said by the current Kakamega Senator cleophas Malala who revealed that they have agreed with his close competitor Bony Khalwale that one of them will be governor while the other will be senator.
The statement has been backed by the former Kakamega Senator who has taken to his official Facebook platform to agree with the statement made by Senator Malala. The two agreed to bury their political hatchet and agree on a leadership whereby one of them will be Kakamega governor while the other one will be Kakamega senator.
"We have agreed with Bony Khalwale who is my senior that one of us will be governor while the other will be senator." Cleophas Malala said, statements that have been backed by the former Kakamega senator. This simply means that one of them has dropped his gubernatorial aspiration in favour of another candidate after the coalition between ANC party and UDA party.
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