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Caleb Amisi joins Khalwale in criticizing Wetang’ula over unity talks

Friday, June 7th, 2024 14:43 | By
Saboti MP Caleb Amisi. PHOTO/@Honcalebamisi/X
Saboti MP Caleb Amisi. PHOTO/@Honcalebamisi/X.

Saboati  Member of Parliament Caleb Amisi has joined Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale in criticizing National Assembly Speaker Moses  Wetang'ula over unity talks.

Echoing Khalwale’s sentiments, Amisi, through his official social media page disclosed that Wetangula and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi have failed the Luyha community with fake kingpins which have condemned the Western region to oblivion.

"It is not just me alone@realwbonner is also tired. A tired bull is very dangerous. Mudavadi and wetangula, it is just a matter of time. Luyhas owe you nothing to continue condemning them to oblivion in the pretext of fake kingship. Stop vomiting on the shoes of the Mulembe nation,” he said.

This is not the first time Amisi condemned Mudavadi and Wetangula. On  June 3, 2024, during an interview with a local radio station, the legislature said that the two leaders have failed the Luhya community and that the region is yearning for a new dispensation of energetic leaders.

Saboti MP Caleb Amisi. PHOTO/Caleb Amisi/x
Saboti Member of Parliament Caleb Amisi. PHOTO/@Honcalebamisi/x

The MP further stated that even though the Mudavadi and Wetangula have been in power for over 40 years, Western Kenya has been left in obscurity.

 “This is the last time you are going to hear about Mudavadi this is the last time you are going to hear of Wetangula there comes a time when a generation raised to do what needs to be done they had an opportunity for 40 years and they have left the region into oblivion,” he said.

Accusing Mudavadi and Wetangula of being selfish, Amisi stated that sugar factories and health facilities have collapsed under their watch.

“There is no single factory in western regions there are no permanent schools that are well in terms of infrastructures, health systems are all collapsed in a community of more than 7.5 million there is no single referral hospital,” he stated.

Khalwale's sentiments

On Friday, June 7, 2024, Khalwale called out Wetangula after meeting with the MCAs from the Kakamega religion.

“Mr Speaker, stop there. U merely met Kakamega MCAs to make diplomatic feel-good statements and take pictures to create a desired perception for a hollow 'kingpin' At independence in 1963, our leaders from Bungoma (Masinde Muliro), from Busia (James Osogo), from Trans Nzoia (Wiliam Wamalwa), from Vihiga (JD Otiende) and Kakamega (Martin Shikuku/Musa Amalemba/Clement Lubembe), celebrated and cemented Kakamega as our regional political and commercial capital. Both Musalia's father and Wamalwa Kijana, who came after them, never attempted to upset this,” he said.

Saboti Member of Parliament Caleb Amisi. PHOTO/@Honcalebamisi/x

“I stand for what our forefathers saw, and hope to further this vision with an international airport at Kakamega, and its elevation to a city. We fought hard for H.E.@WilliamsRuto to be accepted by our people while u were whining and dining with the handshakes. When you joined us, we happily took a step back for you and Musalia Mudavadi to lead us in government. But alas, none of u pushes for the agenda of Kakamega. Our people are watching."

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