The war of words in the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party continued on Thursday, May 30, as the party’s secretary general Cleophas Malala hit back at Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi....READ THE FULL ARTICLE FROM THE SOURCE

Sudi had on Wednesday, in a post on X, rubbished a statement by Malala, which warned the lawmaker against his recent political conduct.

The MP termed the former Kakamega senator an elevated MCA who is suffering from illusionary superiority.

“Elevated MCA suffering from illusory superiority, thinking he matches Raphael Tuju’s caliber,” Sudi stated.

However, in a rebuttal on Thursday, Malala disclosed that he used to be an MCA and was proud, but maintained that the post on X was not Sudi’s handwriting.

“I used to be an MCA and I’m proud of that. I saw a tweet from an MP trying to diminish the role of MCAs. It was not Oscar Sudi who tweeted that yesterday; I know his handwriting. The MP should speak to his social media handlers,” Malala told Citizen TV.

The UDA secretary general went on to say that the ruling party will soon launch a leadership school that will teach its leaders the party’s manifesto.

“We want to start a UDA leadership school. We will be the first party in history to have a school that teaches leaders the party’s manifesto and customs. We will also use the school to mentor young leaders,” Malala remarked.

Malala on Wednesday called out a section of leaders from the party, including Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen and his Public Service counterpart Moses Kuria, directing them to cease politicking and focus on service delivery….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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