Former Kakamega county senator Dr Boni Khalwale a has issued his statement following the coronation of COTU boss Francis Atwoli as the Abaluhya spokesperson. The aspiring governor has said that the region has never had a strong leader to unite them. They have been having disunity since independence due to selfish interests.
Khalwale has blamed Atwoli of interfering with the region's aspirations of becoming united. He added that in 2016 the COTU secretary general installed Musalia Mudavadi as the kingpin only to remove him later. He went ahead bringing in new politicians the likes of Wickliffe Oparanya.
According to the doctor Atwoli has now taken over to himself which is against the Mulembe nation. He has blamed him of being a Raila Odinga project to scatter the OKA vote. It is claimed that Mudavadi has stood his ground on not supporting Raila for presidency. Boni Khalwale being a staunch supporter of Ruto wished that Mudavadi may deputize Ruto.
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