A major political Fallout Looming Between ODM Leader Raila And Wanjigi following the yesterday incident in Migori county where the businessman was stoned by rowdy youths as ODM chairman Hon. John Mbadi revealing shocking details.
This comes as ODM Leader close associates claim that the businessman is a spoiler, rocking the party from within when Odinga is at his best to be president.
Hon. Mbadi alluded that he is not aware of what Jimmy Wanjigi stands for and what he wants.
He added that those who pelted Wanjigi with stones are not ODM party members adding that he is the signatory of ODM party bank accounts and Hon. Jimmy Wanjigi is not financing the party. ODM party does not owe Wanjigi any apology over today's fracas in Migori town. The party wasn't aware of such meeting.
He also condemn the violence meted upon Jimmy Wanjigi revealing that the ODM party slogan is Tuko tayari not what Wanjigi was saying in Migori. It's either he doesn't know the party's slogan or he is out to create confusion within our party.
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