Bahati member of parliament, Kimani Ngunjiri was to release a press briefing today at 4pm. In his press, the member of parliament spoke about the possibility of a merger between ODM and UDA. He mentioned that UDA as a coalition, was not ready to work with ODM.
Such speculations have been raising interests of the public, with some ODM members I'm the past talking cold of the BBI and handshake. These speculations have been raised further in the recent past, with some ODM allied politicians seen in meetings with the deputy president William Ruto.
However, the Bahati MP has dismissed any arrangements of a coalition between UDA and ODM, and says that it is a topic they have not considered and will not consider in the near future.
ODM party is headed by Raila Odinga, while UDA party is highly linked to the deputy president, William Ruto.
In the past, the two have worked together under ODM party, and have formed a national government in the coalition government between Raila and Mwai Kibaki.
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