It's Official, Raila will Vie for Presidential Seat Using ODM Ticket
By Rasgurl | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 0 views
Through a local newspaper, it has come to people's attention that the ODM Party leader has handed in application for the ODM presidential ticket to the National Election Board (NEB). This means that the Party leader will have to battle with two of his deputies. These are Governor Hassan Joho and Governor Wycliffe Oparanya. This has ended the speculations about Raila's plan for 2022.
In a meeting that was held on Wednesday 31st March, Raila Odinga met with the ODM leaders which included Senate Minority Whip Hon James Orengo,Secretary general Edwin Sifuna, Treasurer Hon Timothy Bosire, Gladys Wanga, ODM chairman John Mbadi and the National Assembly Minority Whip Junet Mohammed( Central Management Committee). This was his first meeting since he tested positive for Covid-19. He used the meeting to discuss his Covid-19 status and informed his Party leaders that he wants to keep a low profile and observe health protocol. He also stated his plans for the coming 2022.
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