Vocal ANC Senator, Cleophas Malala has emotionally recounted on how they have risked their lives fighting for Raila Odinga. Seen in a clip he shared on his Facebook page, Malala narrated on how Western shed blood in 2007 fighting for the ODM boss only for him to ditch them later.
Malala revealed that Western Kenya was the hotspot during the 2007 PEV fighting for him but he neglected them and their welfares after he came to power. He added that their previous alliance with ODM has shown that they have nothing to gian in partnership with Raila.
The senator declared that they have finally agreed to move their own path with their own Musalia Mudavadi and never with Raila again.
"The Luhya people have gained nothing or very little from their several mergers with ODM/ RAILA despite the fact that they shed a lot of blood 🩸 in the 2007/2008 post election violence; it is time to chat our own path with ANC and Hon Musalia Mudavadi...." Malala recounted.
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