Political leader from the vote rich Western region has broken her silence dissociating herself with the Hon Raila Amolo Odinga led Orange Democratic Movement Party and rather declaring her support for the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party.
On her twitter platform, the Kakamega county Women Rep hopeful revealed that she had received a message from the office of the ODM Party where she was referred to as a Honorable Member of the party. She further dismissed the party telling it off that she is not its honorable member.
''I have received a message from @TheODMparty office , can someone communicate to them that I am not their Hon. Member, they illegally snatched my nomination even after being gazetted and Oparanya made sure that I was never sworn in.'' Hon Hadijah Nganyi stated.
She therefore declared that her party is UDA and her President is William Ruto.
''Chama in UDA, Mama ni Hadija, Rais ni Ruto.'' Hon Nganyi added.
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