Dr Boni Khalwale, the bullfighting professor of politics from the village of Malinya in Kakamega is ready to offer political lessons to Gideon Moi after officially inheriting Mzee Moi’s political power button.
In an exclusive interview with one of the local media stations, Khalwale poked holes into Gideon Moi’s capability of continuing the political legacy of Mzee Moi.
Khalwale stated that Gideon Moi had a long way to go in order to independently prosper in active politics, as for a long time he had relied on his father’s hand to survive in the murky world of politics.
“Gideon has to come to our level now and ask us how we do politics. He has some learning to do now that his father is no longer here. For a long time, he has relied on his father. He must now learn how to hit the ground. We are there to teach him. He should look for me for some lessons on how to survive in politics,” said Khalwale.
Gideon Moi assumed the political leadership of the Moi family on Wednesday, after officially being handed the famous ‘rungu ya Moi’, late Moi’s symbol of authority.
Gideon was handed the rungu by his elder brother Raymond Moi during the burial of their father who ruled the country for 24 years.