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ODM MPs Scramble To Welcome Raila In Mudavadi's Bedroom As Edwin Sifuna Sends A Raw Message To Them

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party chief Rt Hon Raila Odinga on Friday stormed the Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi's rural bedroom to open 8 classrooms at Khwiliba primary school in Luanda, Vihiga county.

Raila was accompanied by a dozen of ODM footsoldiers including Kakamega County Governor Hon Wickliffe Oparanya, Vihiga County Governor Wilberforce Ottichillo, Vihiga County Deputy Governor Dr Patrick Saisi, Luanda Hon Omulele, ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna among other Azimio la Umoja crusaders.

However, it was noted that ODM's staunch mobilizers and heavyweight lawmakers Hon Omulele and Hon Noah Okaya engaged in unseen political scramble each eyeing to grasp Raila's attention as he landed in the Constituency to commission the classrooms. Hon Omulele who is the incumbent member of Parliament in Luanda constituency is vigorously strengthening his political nerves to defend his seat from Hon Noah Okaya who enjoys a myriad support from the Constituency.

Immediately Raila landed in Luanda, Hon Omulele was forced to break the odds and welcome the ODM chief which a magic salute that sent shivers in Hon Okaya's nerves forcing him to sprang into action and peep his face from the crowd and stood next to "baba" just to attract his attention and get recognized.

This forced ODM party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna to calm the competition environment by promising a free and fair party nominations ahead of the 2022 general election. Sifuna ruled out that party will not bow down to issue a direct ticket to any particular candidate but they will have to undergo nominations before giving out the certificate.

At the same time, Raila Odinga urged residents to come out in large numbers and register as eligible voters so that they can practise their constitutional mandate by participating in the electing their preferred candidates in next year's anticipated tough race.

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