Several days after Former Kakamega Governor dismissed claims that he had parted ways with Raila Odinga, he has also come out to address reports that he is working to form his own political party and use it for the 2027 presidential elections.
Speaking with TV 47 on Wednesday, the Former Chair of the Council of Governors noted that he is in the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party and is not planning to ditch the party.
He argued that he cannot casually leave the party which he has invested his time and resources, adding that he is also in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, and he will engage in a consensus with the camp when the 2027 polls knocks.
The ODM deputy party leader further revealed that he will be spending more time with his family and relatives in the next three years, as well as ensuring that the party and its members are active.
"Am not planning to come up with a new party. I was part of the formation of ODM. I have put all my resources in ODM, and I cannot just quit from a party that I was part of and a party where I have spent all the time popularizing. The party did very well in Western in the recent polls."
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