Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has criticised his successor Cleophas Malala, accusing him of belittling Luhya leaders.
According to Khalwale, the senator’s recent remarks likening a truce between Ford-K leader Moses Wetang’ula and Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa to a gay union was unfortunate.
“It was wrong for him to hurl such insults at his seniors. Malala must be grateful that I made him what he is today and decist from the reckless talk,” claimed Khalwale.
Speaking in Kakamega, Dr Khalwale demanded that Malala apologises over the remarks.
- 1 Crowded race to succeed Oparanya fast taking shape
- 2 You have too many enemies to win 2022 polls, senator tells DP Ruto
- 3 Youthful leaders launch movement to counter Mudavadi, Oparanya
- 4 Malala expulsion revoked
He described Malala as a political greenhorn. Malala had poured cold water on the Wamalwa- Wetang’ula truce, terming it inconsequential.