The former police spokes man, Charles Owino once joined politics in the OM party. After some times he left the party for no known reasons. A few hours ago he has spoken out disclosing why he defected the ODM political party.
Photo courtesy, Charles Owino.
According to Charles Owino, the ODM party told him to sleep down from the seat that he was vying for, this angered him making him to abandon the ODM political party.
Photo courtesy, used for evidence.
According to the report by NTV Kenya Charles Owino stated that despite having paid for the ODM nomination to participate he was told to step down for another individual. This monv3 by the ODM party made him leave the ODM party and join the UDM political party.
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