Mudavadi, Eugene Wamalwa put on notice
14 October 2015, 09:29
Nairobi – Kakamega Senator, Boni Khalwale has issued a warning to the Amani National Congress (ANC) Party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Water and Irrigation Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa and other Luhya leaders allied to Jubilee.
Khalwale warned Mudavadi, Wamalwa, the former Local Governments minister Musikari Kombo and former Lugari MP Cyrus Jirongo that their days of being used by Jubilee government to divide the Luhya community for their selfish gains in public appointments are numbered.
“I am warning the Luhya Jubilee ‘sweethearts’ that your place in Luhya politics is no more and we will not allow our community to be imposed with leaders we don’t want. Bring Mudavadi and we defeat him; bring Wamalwa and Kombo we will defeat them and even Jirongo whom I defeated in senatorial race is nothing,” said Khalwale.
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He added that the Luhya community has unwavering confidence in their current elected leaders and that they will ensure that the community is not misled by a few self-centred individuals who were rejected in the 2013 election.
“Let it be known that we are no longer going to be manipulated by the Jubilee leaders who impose their favorite leaders on the Luhya community,” warned Khalwale.
Kiminini MP, Chris Wamalwa who concurred with Khalwale, said the current elected leaders in the region have already realized Jubilee’s mischievous intentions and conspiracy in ensuring that the Luhya community remains politically divided for an easy win in 2017 elections.
“We are not going to allow Jubilee to divide the Luhya leadership and impose on the community leaders they don’t want,” said Wamalwa.
The two legislators were speaking to the press at Parliament Buildings.
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