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Sen. Malala Reveals How He Will ‘Deal’ With Raila following Revenue Sharing Formula stalemate.

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Outspoken Kakamega Senator Hon Cleophas Malala has today revealed how he will deal with ODM party leader Raila Odinga to ensure that they are in good terms together after the revenue sharing stalemate ends.

Cleophas Malala whose stand on the revenue sharing drawn various concerns recently made ODM party leader Raila to throw a hard bombshell towards him because he is fighting for other counties which are losing forgetting his gaining Kakamega county that has elected him.

The flamboyant senator could not hide his joy as he shared his excitement on his Facebook page telling his followers the struggle had yielded fruits.

“The struggle has yielded. Our fight has not been in vain. History will judge us right. Finally, it is a win-win formula,” he wrote.

“No county is losing. Kenya is one. Above all Kakamega county has gained KSh 1.976 billion as opposed to the initial KSh 400 million. Who is laughing now??” he added.


Malala on Friday stated that he has only differed with Raila Odinga only in matters of revenue sharing.

Hence to regain his good terms with the ODM party, Malala revealed that he will have negotiations with Raila after his anger level will have gone down.

Mimi na Baba tumetofautiana tu kwa mambo ya mapato na pengine mtazamo , Namheshimu na hasira zikirudi chini tutaongea,” Malala stated.

During the interview at Radio Citizen, Malala added that he has met ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi where the asked for forgiveness and then reconciled with his people.

On the other hand Malala expressed his gratitude after President Uhuru’s increament of Ksh 50 Billion for funds meant for counties.

The proposed formula takes into account eight parameters; Basic share (20 %), Population (18 %), Health (17 %), Poverty Level (14 %), Agriculture (10 %), Roads (8%), Land (8%) and Urban (5%cent).

In the new formula, Nairobi gains the highest amount with Sh3.3 billion to push its total allocation to KSh19 billion.

So far, No county loses revenue in the proposed formula.

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