Malala released a statement on his social media channels yesterday that was printed on ANC letterhead and questioned Savula's position in the party. The signatories on the statement, which he labeled PUBLIC NOTICE. The letter accused Savula and other unnamed party members of masquerading as the party's spokespersons unlawfully in order to 'spread misinformation.' "Some members have mistakenly given themselves the role of party spokesperson and released remarks that have subsequently been widely shared by print
The One Kenya Alliance (OKA) party is experiencing more trouble after reports of sharp divisions within the alliance as the key principals try to maintain their coalition ahead of the 2022 general election. And after numerous allegations that the alliance is being funded by Deputy President William as alleged by Lugari Member of Parliament Hon Ayub Savula, the Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has reprimanded Lugari legislator.
Musalia Mudavadi, Ayub Savula and DP Ruto in different previous events The OKA principals are busy preparing for the next election in 2022. The four leaders have been endorsed by their political parties to vie for Presidency. The alliance has not come up with the presidential candidate who will represent the rest.
Angry Amani National Congress ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi has reprimanded his Deputy Mr. Ayub Savula. Mr. Mudavdi used a public notice dated November 30 in which he reprimanded his deputy for linking Ruto in ANC Party affairs. He added that Savula was not the official spokesperson for the party and ought to consult on anything before speaking to the media.
Kenya is not at a critical phase in the succesional politics. This is coming in as the country is remaining with less than a year for it to go for a general election as per the constitution. During the coming general election, the people of Kenya are expected to elect their new president who will replace the outgoing president
Fifty-four years old Jotham Angatia has defied the odds over the years and is proving to be an inspiration to the younger generation who should draw lessons from his journey that disability is not inability. Despite being blind and diabetic, Angatia has remained true to his calling, which is teaching and even though he admits to facing struggles in his daily routine, he confesses that passing knowledge to pupils gives him a lot of joy.