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Is Edwin Sifuna and George Aladwa Next After Malala's Ouster? Should They Be Worried?

Malala (left) Sifuna (top right) Aladwa (bottom right)

Cleophas Malala's fate was sealed by how fiercely he defended the Matungu parliamentary seats, and it was just a matter of time before he could face the wrath of ODM, from the bitterness they felt after the lose.

The defeat in Matungu was bitter for ODM, as was a test of their dominance in the region, while they looked to use it to kill Mudavadi's presidential ambitions, by defeating him in his home town.

Malala is not the first person to face the wrath of Orange party, as the ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula was the first one, after falling out with Orange Democratic Movement.

Edwin Sifuna should be a worried person, as after Malala, they will keen on him, considering he has been a close friend to the Kakamega senator, and at one time they were working as the young leaders from western Kenya, who were keen to unite the western region.

It is now becoming evident that ODM is keen to silent anyone from Western Kenya who is seen as going against Raila Odinga, who has been enjoying monopoly in western Kenya.

But things have changed, and western Kenya is speaking in another language, which has Worried the Orange party secretary general Edwin Sifuna, as his Bungoma county is not towing the line he desires.

George Aladwa should also be keen, as one slip is all it takes to become an Orange party enemy, and he too can be thrown out at anytime, and it is just a matter of Wait and see.

The two mentioned above should be keen not to slip, as it could be detrimental to their lives in orange party.

But Malala has nothing to lose, as this move by Orange party is good for his political life, as it adds millage as far as adding followers to his side.

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