Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has rubbished claims that there is friction between him and Senator Cleophas Malala. He was responding to a newspaper headline that showed Ruto had a dilemma because of fighting between the two. He termed those as imaginary fights and that he is willing to work together with Malala.
Khalwale in the same breath hinted that a coalition between Ruto and Musalia Mudavadi is imminent. He posted optimism that the two presidential aspirants would work together necessitating him and Malala to do the same. Mudavadi has been increasingly distant from OKA affairs something that has led analysts to predict he is on his way out. On his part, William Ruto has courted Musalia Mudavadi severally even saying if he wants to join hustler nation he will not be forced to fold his ANC party.
Malala and Boni Khalwale both are eyeing Kakamega gubernatorial seat. Just like Khalwale, Malala wants to leave the senate after serving only one term. The incumbent governor Wycliffe Oparanya is not eligible to seek reelection after serving the maximum two terms. If Khalwale decides to work with Malala, one of them will have to let go his dream of becoming a governor in 2022. The remaining one will have to battle it out with Azimio la Umoja candidate.
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