Lurambi Member of Parliament Titus Khamala dropped to the ground and rolled several times as he made a speech in a small gathering in Kakamega County while drumming up support for his Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi’s 2022 Presidential bid.
The MP who also doubles up as a Bishop and owner of a church has been a loyal follower to the former Vice President for years.
During his speech, the legislature dived to the ground and rolled numerous times as if performing to Embarambamba’s hit dubbed song Bend This Way.
Khamala hit out at Luhya communities that support other Presidential candidates but look down on their own, Mudavadi when he throws his hat in the ring.
He went on to point out that ironically those communities who support other leaders from other regions do not want to step up and field their own presidential candidates.
He added that it would be wise to support Musalia Mudavadi as he has a clean heart and clear conscience.
Khamala also Mudavadi as a joyful, modest, and gentle politician with a good business mindset. He went on to add that he is a man with a gentle spirit.
“Some of you don’t want to support our own Mudavadi, but ironically, you are also not willing to field yourselves as the presidential candidates. What do you want? I think it is prudent you let us support Mudavadi, who has a clear thought and clear conscious,” Khamala said in his vernacular language before dropping down and rolling over.
Such theatrics have become synonymous with Embarambamba who has received criticism for his stunts which involve throwing himself on the ground and sometimes in muddy water.
In the photos and videos of the gospel singer that have gone viral on social media platforms, Embarambamba can also be seen dangling on a cow’s back or dancing on the roof of a mud house somewhere in Kisii.
His stunts got Kenyans talking and even caught the attention of Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua, who last month expressed concern over his safety.
Khamala also took time to accused former UNCTAD Secretary-General Mukhisa Kituyi whom he blamed for being disconnected from the people.
He said that Kituyi who is also eyeing the Presidential seat next year has been out of touch with the lives of ordinary Kenyans including not being available to attend burials in the region.
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