The UDA party secretary general, Cleophas Malalah, has now dared the Azimio coalition leader Raila Odinga to accompany himself with his daughter, Winnie Odinga, during mass action demonstrations in the country.
The Kakamega ex-senator Cleophas Malalah, has claimed that the Azimio leader is allegedly brainwashing his youthful supporters by engaging them in demonstrations. Malalah went on to urge the youths to rethink before engaging in the Azimio demonstrations.
The UDA SG has claimed that Raila's daughter is holding an important office in the East Africa Legislative Assembly [EALA] in Tanzania yet low-class Kenyans are engaged into demonstrations by the ODM party boss.
Meanwhile, Cleophas Malalah has noted that president William Ruto won't engage in a handshake with Raila Odinga despite of the Azimio boss' plan to sabotage the Kenya Kwanza government through the anti-government rallies.
Malalah has noted that president William Ruto will only engage in a handshake with the low-class Kenyans who made him the president. Malalah urged the netizens to desist from engaging in the demonstrations.
Click the link below to watch Malalah's speech:
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