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Cleophas Malala Speaks On Forming Coalition With UDA's William Ruto On Musalia's Big Day

As political temperatures continue to rise in Kenya, the two political bigwigs Raila Odinga and William Ruto are trying hard to ensure they are gaining more popularity day by day.The two are traversing the country to ensure they gather more votes ahead of 2022 general elections. The two are also ensuring that they get support from influential leaders who will support their Presidential ambitions.

Musalia Mudavadi has also expressed his interest to vie for the Presidency in this year's General Election.

Today is the Aman National Congress party's meeting where the the leader Musalia Mudavadi promised to shake the Country's Political arena. The meeting is going on at Bomas of Kenya as suppoters, friends and ANC Party members thronged the Bomas waiting for the party leader to make his big announcement.

It was on the same note that Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala, addressed media on what Kenyans and suppoters of the ANC party should expect. He spoke on forming of the Coalition with a like-minded people who will ensure that ANC Party forms the Government ahead of 2022.

"In this country you cannot form government without workable coalitions. We are giving our party leader Musalia Mudavadi the mandate to go and look for friends to work with." Cleophas Malala.

He said that he is ready to work with whoever, Musalia Mudavadi will choose, either UDA party Presidential candidate William Ruto or ODM party leader Raila Odinga.

He went ahead to say that the party member has invited all friends of ANC Party and not competitors. He noted that anyone who will be seen at Bomas is a friend and those who will not be present are competitors.

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