“Khalwale told me he was only interested in using Mudavadi to win the Kakamega County Senator’s seat,” said Namwamba.
Planning minister Wycliffe Oparanya, who is one of Raila’s ally in the region, says they are not worried by the “so-called Mudavadi wave”. “This is politics and we are ready to deal with UDF and deliver votes for Raila because the PM has goodwill in the region,” said the minister and MP for Butere.
However, as Mudavadi steps up campaigns in the region, he still has a task of dealing with the Eugene Wamalwa factor, especially in Bungoma County. Wamalwa got a boost when he recently took over New Ford-Kenya, rebranded it and announced the party would be his vehicle to State House.
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