Makadara Member of Parliament Hon George Aladwa has sent a very powerful message to the Migori County Boss Zachary Okoth Obado.
Aladwa who is a staunch to Raila Odinga. He has asked Obado to peacefully retire from Politics ahead of the 2022 General Elections, and stop dividing the Nyanza votes.
He revealed that they are aware of Deputy President William Samoei Ruto funding Obado and other leaders from the Nyanza Region to miscalculate Raila Odinga's Presidency in his home Region.
The ODM legislature confidently told Obado, that things will not work well for him when Raila Odinga clinches to power.
"I want to tell my good friend Zachary Okoth Obado, that he should wait for the year 2022 and walk out of the Office peacefully. He should stop coming up with this kind of dramas. We know that William Ruto is the person who has given billion of Shillings with the aim of making sure Raila gets not even a single vote from Migori County."
"But let me not talk much. The moment Raila Odinga will clinch power, you will be the first person to be Jailed."
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