Khalwale hits out at Raila Odinga

Vocal Ex Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has come out hitting out at Raila Odinga claiming that he has no good intentions for the Western

According to Khalwale while speaking in an interview claimed that the trade unionist’s attempts to rally the region behind Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi is part of a bigger plan to broker it out politically.

The former legislator claimed that Atwoli is working on the orders of ODM boss Raila Odinga, in the capacity of his chief agent.

He alleged that Raila has embarked on a scheme to once again acquire the Luhya vote ahead of his presidential bid for the 2022 elections, as he has always done.

But Khalwale noted that the attempts are likely to flop as Atwoli has no political knowledge and failed severally himself when he attempted.

“Atwoli hana ujuzi wowote wa siasa za Western Kenya, yeye mwenyewe alijaribu kugombea kiti mara mbili na akashindwa na Martin Shikuku. Ako na mawazo potovu. (He has no political experience and is actually a political failure who attempted to vie but was twice beaten by Martin Shikuku. He cannot mislead us ),” he said.

“He is nothing but a chief agent of Raila Odinga in Western Kenya and I can prove it,” added the former lawmaker.

The former Ikolomani MP also lashed out at the COTU boss for allegedly cursing former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa, 3 months before the latter was sacked from the docket without an explanation.

Speaking in Lugari, during the burial of area MP Ayub Savula’s daughter on January 5, Atwoli cursed Echesa for provoking him and engaging in his personal families matters.

Khalwale also wondered what Atwoli seeks to achieve by fronting Mudavadi on one side and championing for the extension of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s term at the same time.

“Iweje anapigania Mudavadi huku na pia anaambia Raila na Uhuru wabadilishe katiba ili Uhuru aendelee? Sasa Mudavadi atakuwa rais saa ngapi? (He is endorsing Mudavadi and at the same time pushing Uhuru and Raila to ammend the constitution to prolong Uhuru’s term. So when will Mudavadi become the president then?),” he posed.

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