Senator Malala Accused Of Leaking Key Information From Mudavadi’s Camp To Ruto’s Camp

Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has been warned that some of the people working with him have their hearts elsewhere.

He is among the politicians who have declared interest in the presidency, with some of his allies pressuring him to go for it.

Led by Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala and Johnson Sakaja (Nairobi), they have warned him against stepping down for another person, especially for ODM boss Raila Odinga.

But Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma says that these politicians are not telling the former Vice President what is good for him but what they have been directed to tell him.

For the lawmaker, the two are answering to Deputy President William Ruto, alleging that they have been planted close to Mudavadi to mislead and lead him into self destruction.

“Musalia Mudavadi blossoms working with Raila Amolo Odinga. You stand to gain more working with Baba. Forget the selfish mis-advice of Cleophas Malala and Sakaja Johnson. They’ve been planted by Williams Ruto into your camp. Western is Baba’s bedroom!” he says.

The two, especially Malala, have maintained that Mudavadi must be in the ballot, with the youthful senator even bashing Raila for allegedly abandoning Western Kenya.

Interestingly, he has a history of working with the former Premier and was once considered an ANC rebel member for choosing Raila over Mudavadi and being too close to him.

Sakaja, on the other hand, was at some point close to Ruto, who remains the Deputy Party Leader of the ruling Jubilee Party. The senator was elected on the party’s ticket.

Kaluma’s allegations come only hours after reports that Raila is also being spied on, and one of his strategists, who doubles up as a relative, is betraying him to the rival camp.

The Star reported that insiders of the leader have since identified the man, who, however, has denied beings mole, on grounds that he is not a politician at all.

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