Mudavadi’s ANC offices in Kakamega completely burned down by unknown people


Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC offices in Kakamega were burnt down on Monday morning. All important documents have been destroyed.

According to sources, the offices were set ablaze early in the morning by unknown people suspected to be hired by rival politicians.

“After Malala being kicked out of the ANC party, offices have been burnt by hired people in Kakamega. Important party documents burnt into ashes. Malala should be blamed for this. Why were the offices not burnt while he was still in the party?” Bunyore tweeted.

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“JUST IN: The Amani National Congress Party (ANC) offices in Kakamega have been set ablaze by unknown group of youths days after Hon Cleophas Malala, Senator for Kakamega, was expelled from the Party. The angry group blamed Senator,” Isaac said.

Days ago, ANC party ousted Senator Cleophas Malala after he failed to appear at the disciplinary committee to answer misconduct allegations.

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“The special meeting of the NGC hereby adopts and ratifies the resolution for internal disciplinary of the party and NEC expelling Hon Cleophas Malala from the party membership,” ANC said.

Malala has held different views from his party members in the past and openly expressed them.

Malala was among the 11-member senate committee team that decalred Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru innocent of charges and quashed the impeachment motion.

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