"ODM hatuchukui well," was the closing remarks of Suna East Member of Parliament cum Raila's close ally, Junet Mohammed. That caused the crowd to go wild in solidarity with his hilarious remarks.
As he ushered former Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission boss, Halakhe Waqo to address hundreds of delegates. Who had converged at Orange house, Nairobi County to officially join Raila's team from Mandera county.
Junet seemly attacked Raila's political rivals, saying, with ODM's latest political signing in of Former EACC boss, Waqo. Who Junet said will live to be remembered among kenyans.For his efforts that bore fruits in the fight against corruption. Is a great affirmation and confirmation to Kenyan that indeed Raila is ready to fight corruption in the country. Unlike his rivals, who have been on record even accepting leaders with a bad public reputation.
The Orange Democratic Movement Party also welcomed CAS Hassan Noor Hassan.As revealed by Junet, who could not hide his joy. As he shared the great news via his Twitter handle also.
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