HAPANA IBA KURA ZETU……. Mudavadi tells UHURU and RAILA ODINGA not to use unorthodox means to win in August – Let’s face each other like real men!

They tried to stop Cleophas Malala and Johnson Sakaja from contesting for governor seats. They feared facing them,” he said.

The leader of the Amani National Congress (ANC) party, Musalia Mudavadi, has asked President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga not to use unorthodox means to win the elections on 9 August.

Mudavadi, who spoke on Thursday, said state agencies are targeting Luhya leaders who are aligned with the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

“They tried to stop Cleophas Malala and Johnson Sakaja from competing for governor seats. They were afraid to face them, “he said.

Uhuru and Raila, who are the top leaders of the Azimio-One Kenya Alliance, have used state agencies to frustrate would-be Kenya Kwanza Alliance in the upcoming general elections.

The latest politicians harassed by state agencies included Nairobi Senator Johnston Sakaja, who is vying for the Nairobi governor’s seat on the United Democratic Alliance ticket, and Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala who is vying for the post of Governor of Kakamega on the ANC ticket.

The ANC leader also said that the Luhya community was excluded from Azimio and urged the residents to ask Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya and Defense CS Eugene Wamalwa to tell Luhyas what quota they negotiated for them before to criticize the 30 percent reserved for them by Kenya Kwanza.

Mudavadi also said the Luhya community was excluded from Azimio and urged residents to ask Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya and Defense CS Eugene Wamalwa to tell Luhyas what quota they negotiated for them, before criticizing the 30 percent reserved for them by Kenya Kwanza.

DAVID MWANGI

Journalist

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