Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party has gone to cure all the problems the party has been facing from the current wave of Deputy President William Ruto's party, United Democratic Alliance, UDA and Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi party, Pamoja African Alliance (PAA).
According to Taifa Leo, Raila Odinga has secretly hatched a plan to ensure ODM remains strong and gains its lost glory. This comes after many of Raila's Coastal supporters decambed to UDA while others embraced PAA which is gaining popularity in the region.
One of the plans ODM plans to use to ensure that his base remains solid is to ensure that that they nominate leaders who can take on their opponents and win this ODM plans to use a plan that will cater for all to avoid division within the party ahead of 2022.
Speaking over the weekend, Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho said that there are talks to convince Raila to put the People from the Coast at his heart by promising to address the challenges they have been facing to woe many to join ODM.
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