- The follows after a section of Tranzoia Leadership reportedly declare support ahead of the coming polls.
The Orange Democratic Movement boss Raila Amolo Odinga yesterday, the 16th of January received reinforcement for his presidential bid this year.
This follows after the ODM leadership in Transnzoia led by Saboti MP Hon Caleb Amisi held a consultative forum with aspirants for various seats and resolved to rally their troops behind the opposition Chief.
Several politicians, according to the credible source joined the party from their previous outfit.
"ODM leadership in Transnzoia led by Saboti MP @Honcalebamisi held a consultative forum with aspirants for various seats and resolved to rally their troops behinds @RailaOdinga’s presidential bid. Several politicians joined the party from their previous outfit." A ODM party detailed on its official Twitter account.
Odinga is seeking to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta as the 5th President of Kenya.
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