Senator Cleophas Malala gains political mileage

Senator Cleophas Malala

Senator Cleophas Malala has easily outsprinted his competitors for the Kakamega gubernatorial seat, Savula, Khalwale, and other Prof Amukowa Anangwe acrobats.

His tribulations in the hands of government operatives have added the much-needed impetus to his bid, and the gap he has opened ahead of his competitors will soon get insurmountable, if the government persists.

The revenue allocation formula pushed by central Kenya senators is very unpopular across the country as I had said earlier but again I do not support Senator Cleophas Malala on his stand because to me, he appears to be playing someone’s ball.

Of the three senators under siege, it is only Malala that I feel for. The others fed the snake that is now eating them, as they all supported the controversial security amendment bill which is in an application now.

When your own dog attacks you, do you report to Nyumba Kumi
Let the bull of Malinya, Bonny Khalwale, not read this because he will rush to the nearest cop station, with a bucket of water, to forcibly baptize the cops, just to be arrested, for a token of attention that will enable him to compete Malala.

Riots erupted in Mumias as youth engaged police in running battles over the rest of Senator Cleophas Malala who spent the night in custody.

Riots erupted in Mumias over Cleo Malala's arrest

Advocates Nelson Havi and James Namatsi represented the Senator and secured his freedom atMumias Police Station.

Nelson Havi tweeted, “Kenya is fast sliding back to a dark past when the Police were abused to suppress divergent views by elected leaders.”

Malala brought Mumias town to a standstill as scores of his supporter had running battles with police for the better part of the day. They demanded for his release. The senator later addressed them and thanked them for standing with him

The Senator thanking his supporters in Mumias

The senate sitting adjourned to 2:30 pm over arrest of Senators Christopher Langat, Cleophas Malala, and Steve Langat. The Speaker Ken Lusaka directed the security committee to find out the whereabouts of the lawmakers.

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