Former Kakamega country senator Dr. Boni Khalwale left mourners in shock after associating senator Cleophas Malala with devil worshiping. Khalwale has accused Senator Cleophas Malala of allegedly questioning him when he criticized ‘fake’ churches that were using Kakamega Primary for church services on Sundays.
“Mheshimiwa Malala do not challenge me when I question the integrity of our churches,” he roared.
The vocal member of Tangatanga movement and a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto did not spare some time to sample out better words for use either. He went ahead to mentioning several churches as being linked to satanic sacrificing of pupils in Kakamega town.
“There is a church here in town that has been accused to have killed our children two times. it’s called Winners chapel, ” he busted on the podium as the crowd cheered.
Khalwale went further, reminding senator Malala of his alleged involvement in the stalled investigations into the recent massive killings at Matungu in Mumias.
“You are less qualified because you are one of the people who is being investigated in connection to the Matungu killings. We don’t know whether they were also being sacrificed”
The Cabinet secretary for education Prof. George Magokha promised to investigate and release the report on the cause of the stampede that left 14 pupils dead and 39 others injured on Monday 3rd February .
Khalwale has already linked the stampede paradox with the many churches that run their Sunday services inside Kakamega primary school’s classrooms. “Kakamega primary school is not a headquarter of churches on Sunday,” he said.
Well it did not end there.Khalwale recklessly drove harsh words across his extremely anxious crowd of ‘abhana bheru’ (our children) touching on a number of hardly pressing issues in the town. He criticized Governor Oparanya for overseeing the ongoing demolition of kiosks in the town.
“ They have demolished all our kiosks in Kakamega CBD and nobody dares question them. I speak about the demolition because the kiosks are our source of income.”
By Aggrey Barasa